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Coffee Grounds Tomato Plants

Are Coffee Grounds Good for Tomato Plants? Err, Probably Not!

Should you put coffee grounds in your tomato garden? It’s commonly discussed online and in gardening groups, so you’re not alone if you’ve been asking yourself this. Many people think that because coffee is acidic, it will be good for their tomatoes because tomatoes prefer slightly acidic soil. Coffee grounds also contain nitrogen, which most …

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Worst Tomato Companions

13 Plants to Never Grow Near Your Tomatoes (Worst Tomato Companions)

Do tomato plants really have “sworn enemies,” or is this an over-exaggeration? Companion planting is partially rooted in science but partially in myth, as well. There is some truth to it, but there’s also a lot of misinformation about what you should and shouldn’t grow alongside tomatoes. Some plants should never be grown near your …

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Substitutes for Sun Dried Tomatoes

11 Substitutes for Sun Dried Tomatoes – Easy Alternatives

Sun-dried tomatoes can elevate the flavour of almost any dish that calls for tomatoes. Their intense, tangy, and robust flavour profile is difficult to match. That said, they can be challenging to find in stores, and they’re relatively expensive. In addition, some sun-dried tomatoes are heavy in sodium content, which might not meet your dietary …

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Marigolds Tomato Plants

5 Reasons to Plant Marigolds With Your Tomato Plants

Have you heard of companion planting? Chances are, as a gardener, you’re already familiar with the concept. But just in case, companion planting is when you grow two or more plants together for mutual benefit. More research is needed to determine whether companion planting actually creates mutually beneficial relationships between plants, but the practice has …

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