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#33311 July 12th, 2005 at 08:33 PM
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when you plant tomatoe plants do you have to put more then one plant in the pot or can one plant be on its own.

#33312 July 12th, 2005 at 08:39 PM
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Most of the time, I'd say yes, one to a container.
Alot depends on the size of the container as well.

I do alot of mine in a 5 gallon food grade bucket.

You can even plant a tomato plant in an old bale
of hay/straw too...*When I read it, they said you could put two,
one on either end of the bale*

But usually the reason you'd only put one to a container is the air circulation around the plant.
Alot of times disease is caused by poor air circulation around the plant, when it's confined
and crowded, that invites disease...

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