In my garden I have 3 rows with 5 tomato plants in each. I have 2 stakes at either end of the 5 plants with string twine from stake to stake on each side. The stakes are 36 high and about 12 inches in the ground. Good luck. It is best to do this before the tomato grows very much. Pushing the stake into the ground near the plant can damage the roots. Also,you can put 1 (or more if needed ) stake per plant ,& tie the plant to the stake with twine as it grows, wrapping it in a figure-of-8 to prevent it cutting in.
Most tomato plants need to be surrounded by support stakes or manufactured support "baskets" available at Home Depot, WalMart, etc.... If you can't find these, use my grandfather's method: Insert 1" x 1" stakes in the ground around the plant about 3' high, then tie strings around these stakes about every 6". Gently rest the limbs of the tomato plant onto the strings for support.
A tomato is the developed ovary of the tomato plant flower. The plant is called a tomato plant and the fruit is the tomato you buy in the fruit shop.
The tomato is the fruit of the tomato plant and carries to seed.
It is a type of tomato plant.
you put the plant in the ground
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the root of a tomato plant is a root!
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Seaweed farmers do not actually plant seaweed in the seabed. They install ropes or nets, to which they tie young plants. Sometimes these ropes/ nets are tied to stakes which are set in the seabed; in other places nets are attached to bamboo rafts which are secured to stakes.
Yes, the tomato plant is a flowering plant, thus it is an angiosperm.
tomato plant reproduce by seeds if you really look into the tomato(also known as the plant ovary) it contains seeds (also known as the ovule).