He puts 4 tomato slices in a pot with soil and the result 10 days later is amazing! You should try this!


If you like fresh tomatoes this is the trick for you!

Do you like tomatoes? Then you’ll probably know nothing beats those fresh tomatoes from your own vegetable patch. Because no matter how fresh the ones you buy at the supermarket or the greengrocer’s really are, there’s nothing like growing your own food! Growing your own tomatoes is fun to do, and it’s not difficult at all.

No seeds needed
It’s super easy, and a little lazy, to buy your tomatoes at the supermarket or greengrocer’s. You don’t have to wait for ages to wait until your tomatoes are ripe and you don’t have to go out of your way to buy seeds. But that’s the thing! There’s no need to buy seeds to grow your own tomatoes. Every tomato has the potential of being turned into a new tomato plant; that’s just how Mother Nature works.

Easy method
We’ve got a super handy DIY method that’ll give you amazing results in just 10 days. Plus, it’s no rocket science; anyone can do it and that’s what we love about it! Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you’ll be able to make this method work after watching the short video we’ve got for you. And it saves you money as well! What more could you want?

How to do it:
All you need is a pot with soil and an overripe tomato, which you have to cut into a couple of slices. Just toss the slices into the pot with soil; you’ll be able to see the little seeds within the tomato. Use a thin layer of compost or potting soil to cover the tomato slices. Water it every so often, and after one or two weeks you’ll have over fifty little seedlings! Four or five little plants will be enough. Just pick the ones that are the biggest, because those are often the strongest as well. And that’s it! You’ll have singlehandedly made your own tomato plants!

Watch the video below to see for yourself how it’s done!

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