It isn't rocket science to know that for a person to be healthy and productive requires nutritional food, clean water and air, and proper rest. Plants have similar needs to be
happy and healthy - except for the rest.
In order for your tomato plants to thrive in their environment, give them the proper nutrition, sunlight, water and drainage they require. And to give them an extra boost in productivity, give them a natural sugar product to assist in photosynthesis; extra calcium to grow stronger cell walls to retain moisture and flavor; sulfur for exceptional flavor and color; worm castings for natural fertilizer; and micronutrients for abundant nutrition for you, your family and your friends.
It may sound like a lot of work, but it really isn't. The natural sugar is applied either by foliar or soil spray; the calcium and sulfur are sprinkled on the soil around the stalk and watered in; the fertilizer is added to the soil spray, and the two are applied together; and the micronutrients are a foliar spray. With two sprays and one sprinkle at regular intervals, you can increase your plants' production exponentially.
Here is a tomato plant that used such a program in 2010. It was planted 4 July 2010, doubled in size in just 8 days and produced edible fruit in about 60 days despite extended hot, dry weather.
A side benefit of this type of program is that many of the insects that nibble your sugar-laden leaves will be repelled because they can't digest the sugars that you've supplied in such abundance. Some might even die. The most work you'll have to do is to keep the weeds pulled. And watch out for these guys!
We have a program that will provide all of these benefits in an easy-to-use Complete Garden Care Kit. This program can be started at any time in a plant's life and is designed to be used throughout the growing season for continued health and productivity of produce-generating plants. It is also an exceptional program of plant nutrition for flowers, houseplants and nut trees.
For more information Contact Garden Vigor.