Growing techniques for tomato, eggplant, and green pepper. (Tips for summer vegetables.) It has been about 20 days since planting tomato, eggplant, and green pepper seedlings. This time, we will fertilize them. Let’s start with the tomato.
The linked article explains planting spring and summer vegetables such as green peppers, eggplants, and tomatoes.
Additional fertilizing for tomato (Tomato plant care)
Peel back the mulch and use a trowel to make furrows in the soil.
We use chicken manure for fertilizing tomato, applying 20cc (3/4 oz) per furrow for fertilization. After fertilizing, cover with soil.
After watering and returning the mulch to its original position, the tomato fertilization is complete. Please water not directly on the tomato plant but on the fertilized area. Watering helps stimulate the activity of microorganisms in the soil, aiding in the decomposition of the fertilizer.
After watering, put back the mulch on the bed.
Additional fertilizing for eggplant and sweet pepper (Eggplant and pepper plant care)
Eggplant and green pepper are fertilized the same way as tomato, but the amount of fertilizer differs.
For eggplant and green pepper, we fertilize with 30cc (1 oz) of chicken manure per furrow.
After that, watering and putting back the mulch will complete the fertilization process.
Following is the video for how-to. English subtitles are available.