Select Your Preferred Tomato Seed
It’s fairly easy and inexpensive to start many tomato varieties from seed, so experiment with the types you like best. Here are some factors to take into consideration:
Prepare the Containers for Planting
It’s often more efficient to dampen the potting mix before you put it in the containers. Add some water, and work it through the soil. Keep adding water until the mix stays compressed in your hand but is not dripping wet. It should break apart when you poke it with your finger.
Then, fill your containers with potting soil. Gently firm the soil, so it’s about an inch from the top
Plant the Tomato Seeds
Make a 1/4-inch furrow in the potting mix. Then, sprinkle two to three seeds into the furrow, and cover them with a sprinkling of potting mix. Gently pat down the mix, so the seeds make good contact with the soil. You can spray the surface with water if it doesn’t feel moist.
At this point, place your containers somewhere warm. Check them daily to make sure the soil is moist—but not wet—and watch for germination. Tomato seed germination typically occurs in about five to 10 days
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