How to Prune/Remove Your Excess Tomato Seedlings in Seed Cells: Keep the Strongest – MFG 2014

Typically you remove extra seedlings from a single cell so that there is only the strongest left. This is true for tomatoes. You want a tomato with height and a sturdy stem. It is really best to cut the unwanted seedlings as not to disturb the roots of the seedling you are keeping pulling out the wanted. You will actually do more harm leaving to many seedlings in a small space.

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4 comments

  • T 4 months ago

    how can I send a pic

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  • T 4 months ago

    my seedlings begin to grow however they look thin will they thicken up.

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  • razvan43 4 months ago

    Hy,great video and I like your second channel.Do you think I should plant my seeds these days or wait a couple of weeks?I plan growing tomatoes and peppers.Last year i started a bit late I think,in march.I do have a growbox with a lightbulb.And how many days do you keep them under the lights in the box? Thank you.

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  • nery colon 1 4 months ago

    Great video. your tomatoes looks great. I try to save all of them and most of the time I give them to friends and family. This time I just planted and 2 made it. 
     The next step on how to make onion plants

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