When planting tomato seedlings, wait until you have at least two sets of leaves, preferably three or more sets. Remove the bottom set(s) of leaves so that you have only one pair of leaves remaining. Crush some egg shells (1-2 eggs worth) and put them in a hole that is deep enough to plant your seedling to within 1/4 inch of the leaves. The ENTIRE underground part will grow roots and develop a great root structure as a result. The egg shells will promote large fruits. – Waldo Weyeris
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