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Every farmer looks for tricks to better tomato farming in Kenya. Most Kenyan farmers started with tomato farms having been told of the huge profits in the market. The truth sometimes is hard to bear as a lot of us, small scale farmers  have lost fortunes in tomato farming Kenya .

Here are the best 4 tips to better tomato farming in Kenya:

Tip 1: Don’t Crowd the Seedlings

When close together, growth is inhibited and eventually leads to low yield. Many farmers crowd the plants aiming to increase production only get bring losses.

Tip 2: Grow Vertically Rather than Horizontally

Growing vertically increases production as the crop can grow up to 10 meters when vertical. Horizontal planting will use up more space and being close to the ground increases the chances of fungus and pathogen attacks.

Tip 3: Prune for Better Tomato Farming

Remove suckers that grow on the joint between two brunches. These suckers will never bear fruit but only take away energy from the plant. This can also be done on the other parts of the plant but be cautious not to remove productive parts.better tomato farming

Tip 4: Remove Leaves

As the plant begins to mature, the lower leaves will naturally begin to yellow and wilt. This is perfectly normal, so pull these from the plant when they appear. It will keep the plant fresh, looking good, and help ward off disease.

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