There is nothing better than home grown, garden fresh tomatoes!! Close your eyes and picture the taste of the best tomato you have ever eaten. The fresh warm juice dripping off your chin!! Best of all you grew it yourself in your own backyard!!
Growing a great corp of tomatoes in your garden is easier than you think. This course is designed to give you the skills you need to be successful your first time or your 50th time planting tomatoes in your garden! Both the beginner and the expert will benefit from this in-depth look at tomato gardening!
This 90 minute course is a comprehensive look at how to grow your best crop of tomatoes ever. Expert gardener Rick Stone takes you step by step through the basics of tomato gardening. Starting out with a great tomato start, planting it just right, giving it the support and care it needs through the growing season will lead you to a tasty tomato heaven!
Weather you are growing many plants in a large garden for canning and preserving or just a few plants in containers on your balcony, Rick Stone will give you the practical knowledge you need. Bushels of tasty garden goodness wait you at the end of this easy to follow course!
Like all Udemy courses, this one comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. If for any reason you are not happy with the course, simply return it for a full refund. BUT we are sure you are going to LOVE this course!
Welcome to Tomato Heaven!!
Welcome to my tomato growing video course. We are here to learn how to grow your best tomato crop ever this year!!
Here's just a little bit about me and why I'm teaching this course. We also talk about how to make this an interactive course for you as well!
Round, pear shaped, red, yellow, brown. There are a million different types of tomatoes out there. In this lecture we talk about the world of tomatoes!
With added resistances to diseases and extra production, many folks choose hybrid tomatoes for planting in their gardens. In this lecture we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of hybrid tomatoes.
It's hard to beat heirloom tomatoes when it comes to taste and variety. And if you want to save seeds, heirlooms are your only option. But there are also some disadvantages to growing these popular tomatoes.
Let's take a look at what we are going to cover in the body of the course. We will also be covering timing and some important dates on your tomato calendar.
If you are going to be buying your starts from a nursery then there are a few things you need to look out for!!
All you need is a egg, a banana and a tomato plant to get started! A banana and an egg?? Watch this lecture to see why!!
Many of us live in colder climates, this super handy inventions will allow you to plant your tomatoes up to 6 weeks earlier than you could otherwise!!
In the last lecture we learned about Walls of Water. In this one we are going to learn how to fill them. (It's a little trickier than you think!!)
Tomatoes are big plants! They are going to need a little support, this lecture will give you a few ideas!
Tomatoes are pretty picky about water and fertilizer. Learn the tricks in this lecture.
You need to watch your spacing!! To close and you will effect your harvest, to far and your just wasting space!!
Not everyone has a giant backyard garden. Don't let that stop you from growing tomatoes!!
Now that they are planted and growing this lecture will give you some tips on caring for your plants and preparing for the big harvest!!
Now it's time to reward all your hard work!!
So you have too many tomatoes to eat them all fresh. What are your options for preserving them??
Don't give up on your tomato plants when the frost comes. Here's a few ideas to protect those plants and keep the harvest coming!!
Well that's it!! What do you think? Are you ready to plant some tomatoes???!!!
Here's a look at all my other resources to help you with all your gardening needs!!
Hi guys, I'm Rick Stone and I’m a gardening fanatic! Over the last 19 years I've grown a large garden at my home and it seems like every year that garden gets a little larger! Most years we grow between 800 to 1100 pounds of fresh veggies for our table and tons of great flowers to make our yard look awesome.
I grow all of my own seedlings and we have learned how to extend our garden harvest to 365 days a year. Even in our zone 5b garden! Growing in cold frames and hoop houses is the key!!
I'm a graduate of the Utah State University Master Gardener program and have been teaching classes for many years on gardening basics and year round gardening. For the last year I have been teaching courses online to nearly 1000 students. Come join me and we will learn everything you need to know to have a successful garden!!