Tomato

Tomato is originally from South America, but once brought to Europe, and Italy in the specific, it started have a huge variety and usage which made it become part of our great culinary tradition. Regardless the thousands different kinds of tomatoes, two main groups can define their specificity: tomato for sauce and tomato for meal. The first ones are those destined for industry and transformation, usually long and with less seeds than the others that have a round shape and that have to sold in grocery stores, greengrocers or green markets.Tomato is originally from South America, but once brought to Europe, and Italy in the specific, it started have a huge variety and usage which made it become part of our great culinary tradition. Regardless the thousands different kinds of tomatoes, two main groups can define their specificity: tomato for sauce and tomato for meal. The first ones are those destined for industry and transformation, ... continua

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      prosegui ... , usually long and with less seeds than the others that have a round shape and that have to sold in grocery stores, greengrocers or green markets.Tomatoes should be fertilized with manure during the fall season. Tomatoes roots usually go really deep into the ground, so flip the soil over while fertilizing. Using wood sticks to make your tomatoes grow high instead of letting them crawl on the ground would prevent them to be eaten by animals or to get rotten. Since tomatoes need more water than other plants in order to grow juicy with a flourishing pulp, water them constantly, but do not overwater. Digging some drainages next to the plant would be a good solution to keep stationary surplus water away, therefore diseases, from your plants.Tomatoes are very easily attached by parasites and diseases. Most of them are also fungal infection that, if not treated, can ruin the whole harvest. When you see the leaves of the plant turning to a rusty color, then rust has damaged the structure. Use anti-rust and anti-parasites not before your eradicated the sick plants. To cure your tomatoes once the disease is evident, first burn the damaged ones and then proceed with the rescuing products. Preventing your plants to get infected can be done by following some simple rules per each different species of tomatoes. Just ask experts what better fits to the kinds you want to grow.