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Growing Tomato

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14 Oct 17 Hayley (Australia - temperate climate)
Hello, is it too late to sow tomatoe seeds now (mid October)?
16 Oct 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
You could probably grow tomatoes all year round. Maybe better to plant some good strong seedlings - like about 6-9" tall. Next year plant a bit earlier. I transplanted some small seedlings out 2 days ago. If your soil is nice and fertile mulch around the plants and keep the water up to them.
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