Tomatoes are doing fine but anything I can do to increase yield?

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  • Gareth Bayliss Gareth Bayliss on May 26, 2017
    you can spray the plant with a weak suspension of asprin as this should increase yield. also plant basil next to the plant as this also intensifies the flavour
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 26, 2017
    Remove the bottom suckers for air circulation,pinch off any flowers to close together,fertilize with food containing higher phosphorous number rather than nitrogen
  • Katie Roling Katie Roling on May 27, 2017
    try the Epsom salt in water deal once a week
  • Carol Carol on May 27, 2017
    Go to & get some Spray-N-Grow & get some Root blast! We've used both for past 15 years & it will literally give all your plants & trees a huge boost & will cause a greater yeald! Just put spray n grow in a spray bottle & spray all over onto your plants & under the foliage. We also use the spray n grow to pre soak seeds we're going to plant. Just put the seeds you want to grow into a little paper cup & cover the seeds with the spray n grow & let them soak for 15 minuets. Then plant your seeds as usual. We also as we're planting our seeds sprinkle & mix into the soil a teaspoon of Root blast. Only needed once a season, & it will promote great healthy root growth. The next season just sprinkle the root blast on top the soil before you water your plants & you will have healthy plants year round! Use the spray n grow once a month! Have a blessed planting & harvest season!
  • Elaine Spearman Elaine Spearman on May 31, 2017
    Tomatoes love calcium so if you keep your egg shells for a week or two and crush them up and sprinkle in the bottom of the planting holes i find it gives the plants a healthy boost. Also remember tomato plants don't like to get really dried out- if the top half inch of soil is dry they need a drink.