Select a sunny location. Set out bedding plants in late spring when the soil temperatures have warmed up, after all the dangerous frost has passed. The soil should be deep fertile and well dug with organic matter. Stick the plants as deep as possible into the soil to create an enhanced root system. follow directions of the chosen variety.
Tomato yields can be improved by pouring a tablespoon of Epsom salts in the bottom of the hole ready to receive the plant. Plants can be fertilized with Epsom salts every week. Add additional tablespoons of salts for every foot of height of the tomato plant. Water regularly, as inconsistent soil moisture will cause blossom end rot.
Credit to: Rodney Horticultural Society.