Product Bite: Tomato Tubes for perfect plants•
Posted on 5 August 2020
What are Tomato Tubes :
Tomato Tubes are simple tubes of aerated, UV Stabilised polythene that you put over tomato plants. They offer simple, inexpensive, organic crop protection for tomato plants grown outside.
What crop are they for: Tomatoes that are grown outside a greenhouse.
What's so special about it? The special thing about them is that they are, like so many brilliant ideas, extremely simple. Tomato plants thrive when they are warm. Unseasonal weather can cause havoc with outdoor tomato crops. Too much rain, too little sunshine, harsh winds, plummeting temperatures...the great British summer is not always ideal for a bumper crop of tomatoes! Even this week we are set to swing between 11 and 37 degrees! However, if you just pop over a length of Tomato Tube it will protect the plant from dipping temperatures as well as fruit pinching pests. it is easy to take off for the day if conditions change for example on a super hot day and then pop it back on to retain that warmth. The holes in the polythene will allow air to circulate around the plant giving the plant the ideal environment to boost ripening. Great for late season toms. Tomato Tube comes as a 3pk of 2m lengths. Once over support the plant in the pot with canes and tie off at the top and bottom with the tie wires included in the pack.
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However, if you just pop over a length of Tomato Tube it will protect the plant from dipping temperatures as well as fruit pinching pests. The Tomato Tube also gives the plants the ideal environment and boosts ripening. Great for late season toms. Tomato Tube comes as a 3pk of 2m lengths. Once over the plant it can be supported in the pot with canes and tied off at the top and bottom with the tie wires included in the pack.
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