Growing Tomatoes In A Pot | Transplanting Tomatoes | Pest Disease & Fungal Prevention for New Plants

This is typically how I transplant a store bought starter tomato plant for indoor container growing.

It is important to take a few precautions to avoid spreading pest infestations, disease, or fungal issues to your established plants. I like to use FoxFarms potting soil as a nutrient base and it typically nourishes the plant for 1-6 months (depending on the plant) before additional supplements are required.

Depending on the state you live in you will have to select the appropriate link, otherwise it may not be available to you. Weird right? Most hydroponic stores and some nurseries will carry these products. Shop local if you can.

3-5 gallon containers work adequately for most plants. I do use a combination of both. I am slightly heavier on the 3 gallon container side due to space restrictions.

FoxFarm Ocean Forest Organic Soil (If you live in FL, IN, MO)

FoxFarm Ocean Forest Organic Soil (Everywhere else)

FoxFarm Happy Frog Soil (If you live in FL, IN, MO)

FoxFarm Happy Frog Soil (Everywhere else)

Miracle-Gro Nature’s Care 3-in-1 Insect, Disease and Mite Control
(Buy this at your local hardware store… It’s cheaper)

I have had excellent results with this product as well. It’s just more expensive.
Ortho 3-in-1 Insect Mite & Disease

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