Tomatoes want soil warmer than 60 degrees before they really start growing, so wait until the ground is warm enough before setting out your tomato plants.
Tomatoes want soil warmer than 60 degrees before they really start growing, so wait until the ground is warm enough before setting out your tomato plants. Bigstock
Tomatoes want soil warmer than 60 degrees before they really start growing, so wait until the ground is warm enough before setting out your tomato plants. Bigstock

Garden Checklist: Test soil warmth before planting

April 03, 2015 5:00 PM

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