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Bonnie Plants

Model 115

Internet #205110998

4.5 in. Better Boy Tomato

$4.98 /each

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Our Bonnie Better Boy Tomato is a popular slicing tomato. High yields of smooth-skinned, large fruit earn Better Boy a spot as one of the most popular tomatoes grown in the U.S. It is widely adapted throughout the country. Grow it in a tall cage or tie to a stake for support. Plant arrives in a biodegradable pot with a well-established root system and hardened off for easy transplanting in the garden.

  • Classic tomato flavor in large, 16 oz. fruits
  • Plant spacing: 36 in. apart in conventional rows, 24 in. to 30 in. in intensive gardens, or 1 plant per 18 in. - 24 in. container
  • Resistant to verticillium wilt, fusarium wilt and nematodes
  • Ships in a 4 in. plant-able, biodegradable pot by jiffy

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I have a Bonnie Better Boy Tomato plant on my patio. It has been growing very fast and even producing tomatoes.

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Now I'm noticing the leaves are turning brown and yellow, and a couple of the new tomatoes have rotten spots on them. What is going on and what do I need to do?
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Sounds like your tomato plant may have gotten blight. It may be too late now, but in the future spray your vegetable plants weekly with a light dose of Daconil or other fungicide disease spray. Follow the instructions on the label and stop spraying a couple weeks before harvest.
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Do i leave the yellow flowers on the plant

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Yes! The flowers grow into tomatoes. DO NOT cut them off, you won't get any tomatoes!
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Desert sandy soil. I would like to keep these plants in pots.

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I would like to put these plants in large clay flower pots. I have tomato planting soil and tomato plant food.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I have enjoyed these for the last 3 seasons I have planted these in my garden every season since 2013, they really produce and are resilient to quickly changing weather (Jacksonville, Fl.). I have 16 tomato plants this season as I love these juicy plump beautiful and delicious morsels.... April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Tasting Tomatoes These Bonnie Better Boy Tomatoes are the meatiest and best tasting tomatoes I've ever had. I've got 6 plants that have grown to 6ft + and have yielded over 60 good size tomatoes with another month of the growing season still left. I bring them to work for a snack with a little salt & pepper, delicious! August 23, 2016
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