How To Grow Tomatoes from Seed FAST and EASY Way!
Tomatoes are the most popular vegetable among backyard gardeners according to the National Gardening Association.
Growing tomatoes from seed is not a hard job, but there are a few things to be aware of. As with all things agrarian, timing, genetics, and environment have to be in alignment to reap the rewards of your efforts.
Tomato seeds are almost always started indoors—whether in a greenhouse or a sunny window ledge—and then transplanted to beds once they have at least a few leaves and an established root system.
Starting seeds indoors is optional with many vegetables, but tomato seeds need a constant soil temperature of at least 60 degrees, and preferably 80 degrees, to germinate. In temperate climates, it may be midsummer before the soil gets that warm, and by then it’s too late for tomatoes to grow and mature before the end of the growing season.(1)
By following some simple instructions, you can learn how to grow tomato plant from seed: