TomatoesVining blog post

How to Grow Vining Tomatoes

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Tomatoes are fun to grow and even more fun to eat! The wide usage of tomatoes makes this one of our favorite things to grow in the garden. Vining tomatoes (or indeterminate tomatoes) grow indefinitely until it freezes. Because of this, they require trellising on a tall support structure. Beware of the tomato hornworm, though. He is a fiesty fellow that can take out an entire tomato plant in a day!

TomatoesBush blog post

How to Grow & When to Plant Bush (Determinate) Tomatoes in Your Backyard Vegetable Garden

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Tomatoes are fun to grow and even more fun to eat! The wide usage of tomatoes makes this one of our favorite things to grow in the garden. Bush tomatoes (or determinate tomatoes) only grow to 3 or 4 feet tall, but they bush out and require caging. Beware of the tomato hornworm, though. He is a feisty fellow that can take out an entire tomato plant in a day!

This update adds one of our most frequently requested features to our From Seed to Spoon app that makes growing food simple. You can now view plants that are typically attacked by each pest! We also added several new plants and critters, and will be bringing you more over the next few updates. Email us at info@seedtospoon.net or contact us on social media to let us know what you'd like to see added!

December, 2018 Update – New Feature: View Plants Attacked by Each Pest, New Plants, and Pests in Our From Seed to Spoon Garden Planning Growing Guides Mobile App!

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This update adds one of our most frequently requested features to our From Seed to Spoon app that makes growing food simple. You can now view plants that are typically attacked by each pest! We also added several new plants and critters, and will be bringing you more over the next few updates. Email us at info@seedtospoon.net or contact us on social media to let us know what you’d like to see added!

Mealybug blog post

Garden Pests: How to Manage Mealybugs in Your Vegetable Garden

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Mealybugs are a small, white, soft-bodied insect typically found in the garden in warmer climates. Mealybugs will feed on plants by sucking sap out of them causing the leaves to yellow and curl. You may notice the plant getting sticky from the honeydew and this will attract ants as well. This blog post talks about how you can manage mealybugs in your garden with our free From Seed to Spoon mobile app!