A Cautionary Tale About Infomercials Promising Great Tomatoes
Dear Tomato Grower,
In the fall, William and Joann moved into the home next to us. After watching some programs on TV, they wanted to grow tomatoes with minimum work preparing the garden. They saw a TV ad for a new product that promised Great Heirloom Tomatoes with little effort. As they were new to gardening they were excited and wanted to try this product.
They asked if they could share in our garden to grow great tomatoes with the information they would get from the TV product. We said yes, then they quickly ordered the product and once it arrived they began to plant their crop.
They followed the TV program by digging a small hole and placing the planting system into the ground.
The first week everything grew fine,
the week after they began to see that their plants weren’t standing as tall as they had been. Also they noticed the leaves were starting to turn yellow. This meant that their plants were beginning to die.
As an experienced farmer we wanted to head off trouble before it started, so we went and talked to them.
So together we dug up the plants and re-transplanted them in the manner in which we had success. This was to dig deeper holes, use compost, and water more frequently as the problem was two-fold. The roots were bound up with no place to grow in their special container and not received proper water or nutrition.
Within a week the plants greened up and were beginning to thrive. At harvest they had delicious tomatoes which they then enjoyed for dinner.
Tomatoes have no flavor after growing
This usually happens because of the wrong choice of soil or unhealthy seeds. I will teach what to look for when purchasing your seeds, as well as building the best soil for your plants.
Tomatoes die unexpectedly
Frost is usually the reason that a lot of tomato plants die. When you buy “growing great heirloom tomatoes” you will know how to keep your tomato plants from freezing to death plus how to protect them from other dangers. If your plants are already dying you learn how to turn them around to and get them healthy quickly.
If you’re confused when it comes to growing tomatoes, then when you buy our book you will get clear simple steps that you need to know for growing great tomatoes from beginning to end.
This includes what soil you need to buy at the plant store and what that soil should consist. This is important because you want the best mixture for your tomato plants.
Discover where the best areas are to plant your tomatoes. Planting in the wrong area will have your plants burning up or shriveling up due to lack of necessary nutrients. When you buy, you will learn invaluable information on spotting the best places in your garden for successful growth of your tomato plants.
Tomato plants wilt and whiter
Inside our book you will find out what causes wilting and unearth ways to make plants to grow straight and strong.
Tomato leaves turn yellow
Just like caution signs on the road, yellow is a warning sign of danger. If your plants are yellow right now, then you may have a big problem on your hands. In the book you will uncover different causes for yellow leaves, know when it’s normal, as well as when to take immediate action.
Fungus on your tomato plants
No one likes fungus on them and this is true of tomato plants. Inside you will discover how track it down. Also you will find out ways to prevent it in the future.
Tomatoes are smaller then you expected
Just like you want your children to grow up strong and tall, you want your tomato plants to grow strong and tall. Uncover how feeding your soil and proper water techniques make all the difference.
My Growing History
The first time I grew tomatoes was in 1968. I have always enjoyed the flavor of fresh juicy tomatoes, and when I had the opportunity to start growing them, I was excited about the prospects of always having great tomatoes to grow and eat.
The first plants I grew did great for about 1 week. Not only did the tomato plants start growing fast, I could taste the flavor of the tomatoes in my mind. They were going to be great! After the first week, things took a turn for the worse though. My tomato plants leaves started turning yellow. Thinking that maybe I did not give them enough water, I increased the amount of water that I was giving them. No luck, now I had droopy yellowing tomato plants.
There was no internet then, and since I was about 1 hour away from the library, I had to figure out what the heck to do. I had to learn from an expert! My Grandma loved to garden, and she gave me some great advice. When I went to school, I asked a teacher what they thought. After untangling the roots, and placing better compost on the tomato plants, over half of the plants that I had started, began to come around. The other half, a learning experience that I have not had to repeat!
Have you ever felt the same way as I did then? I thought that I had lost the entire crop of tomatoes, and needed some guidance from someone who had been there. I had spent a good part of my income from working on the farm across the road from us, and losing was not easy.
Now, I know the correct way and the tricks that I have learned along the way to not only recognize how to grow great tomato plants, but also understand and stop problems from happening through experience and time growing great tomatoes!
The experiences that I have had will help you to start right from the beginning, and allow you to learn from my experience. I will take you on a path to success of growing your tomatoes and how to spot potential problems.. The same things that I wish that knew when I was watching my tomatoes die.
What you can expect…
- Three immediate actions steps to take when you see yellow leaves on your plant
- Knowing exactly what buy at the nursery so your tomatoes get a fighting chance to grow strong and tall.
- Learn about a secret killer of your tomato plants and how to prevent it from happening to you. You may already know about this deadly killer.
- 2 things that you need to know so that your tomato plant doesn’t freeze to death
- 4 feeding techniques for your soil to make it look like Black Gold
- The Secret on how to make sure that you’re not drowning your tomatoes.
- How to keep your tomato plants from blowing away on windy nights and days
BUY NOW for only $27
Now you should be asking yourself the following questions.
Will I be eating juicy tomatoes off my plate?
Will I be selling my tomatoes for big profits?
How much praise will I receive from my friends when they see and taste my tomatoes?
Don’t throw away money!
A tomato Start will cost you between $3.75 to 5.95 depending upon the variety and maturity of the start that you are purchasing. If you purchased 2 of them, you would be spending, for the better quality plants, 11.90. When we purchase starts, we usually buy a minimum of 3 plants, or an investment of $17.95.
The loss of Two Starts, when you add your time to nurture and grow your tomato plant will cost you more than the cost of the $30.
So for the price of $27 which is the price for only two tomato starts you can buy our book.
We have found for ourselves, as well as others that being prepared with a plan that preparation increases success in growing Great Tomato plants. You know for yourself that the more you know, the easier it is to reach your goal and eat the fruits of your labor. When you buy our product, you will have the knowledge to grow the Delicious Heirloom tomatoes that you are dreaming about. Those who learn by trial and error, create more compost.
What People Are Saying on Amazon
Great Book! Delicious! April 28, 2012
By Terri TallTree
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As soon as I cracked open the cover of “How to Grow Great Heirloom Tomatoes” by Chris Downs I just couldn’t put it down. I wanted to run out and get my heirloom tomatoes started. I’m so excited, and the information is just what I needed. So easy to follow. I’m inspired!
5.0 out of 5 stars Hot Tomatoes!, May 4, 2012
By Jill Demby Guest – See all my reviews
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This review is from: How to Grow Great Heirloom Tomatoes (Kindle Edition)
Who doesn’t love heirloom tomoatoes? Growing up in New Jersey, it’s what I knew. But I never thought to grow them myself. Chris Down’s excellent guide to growing your favorite tomato is a must read for any gardener in search of a great, juicy one. We know how hard they are to cultivate but Chris has given us the magic formula that makes it all happen. Tomatoes anyone?
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT intro to growing heirloom tomatoes, April 29, 2012
By Ronda Del Boccio, The Story Lady “Ronda Del B… – See all my reviews
This review is from: How to Grow Great Heirloom Tomatoes (Kindle Edition)
This little book is an excellent introduction for a novice tomato grower. it is good to know how to handle situations that can arise. I certainly don’t want to be a plant killer! And this book is a good start.
If you are not satisfied for any reason within 60 days, send me an email I will refund your money in full. Although I know that you’re going to benefit from our product and will have an abundant amount of success growing tomatoes.
So invest in the success
and discover what to buy at the nursery, ways to fight of fungus growing on your tomatoes, steps to take when you see yellow on your tomato plants. Prevention techniques so tomato plants don’t freeze. Although most importantly how to have your friends in awe in when you show them soil that looks like Black Gold.
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P.S. After you put this information to good use, send me your success stories.
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