Is it possible to get 300 lbs of tomatoes off 4 plants in one 4ft x 4ft raised bed? Is it possible to grow huge tomatoes in Nevada? Totally doable! Even if you’re not a seasoned green thumb. Even if you DON’T have a greenhouse.
Grow Huge Tomatoes in Nevada (300 lbs of them from 4 plants)
- Build a 4ftx4ft raised bed 12 inches deep. Use any scrap wood you have. As long as it stays together, you’re good to go.
- Fill that bed with 8 inches of Full Circle’s KICK Garden Soil (leave room for drenching with water).
- Plant 4 baby tomato plants. Need an easy planting guide for growing tomatoes in Nevada? Click Here. Be sure to grow awesome heirloom tomatoes that grow like crazy here in Nevada. We suggest:
- Northern Lights
- Juaquian Jewel
- Striped German
- Cover soil with 1 inch of PROTECT to hold water and keep the soil happy.
- Fill that bed with 2-3 inches of water for a full soak only once every 3-4 days (“flood style” because KICK and PROTECT will hold water awesomely).
- BOOST with 1/4 inch of Full Circle’s BOOST twice during the growing season (about every 6-8 weeks). Even though KICK has enough nutrients to grow awesome for an entire growing season, you’re growing 4 hungry (and BIG) tomatoe plants, and they’re going to love eating up nutrients. So, replenish with BOOST.
That’s it! Now you’re set to grow huge tomatoes in Nevada (and anywhere really).