Clever tomato experiment: growing upside down in a bottle
If there is not enough space in the garden, or you want to try to grow tomatoes on your balcony, then conduct an interesting experiment – plant the seedlings in a volumetric plastic bottle … “upside-down”. This method significantly saves territory and also gives good results.
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In a plastic bottle (at least 3 liters), cut off the bottom and make three “loops” with holes on the inside.
Tomato seedlings no earlier than 25 days old, wrap with denim or cotton at the first true leaves.
At the bottle, open the cap, insert the plant through the neck so that the roots and tissue remain inside, on the back of the neck.
Pour soil on top and sprinkle with water. Hang the bottle by the rope that holds in the holes. Leave in a shaded place for 9 days.
After 9 days, the seedlings look like this. Move her to a permanent place of residence. After 1 month, feed the plant every 15 days with fertilizer.
After 40 days, it will already grow roots and foliage. It is advisable to tie the trunk with a cloth to some kind of support.
After 90 days, the plant will harvest your best tasty tomatoes.