Search Results

Your search for "grafting tech sheet" returned 0 products and 8 articles
Shop Learn
1 - 8 of 8
Document
Side-Grafting Tomatoes | Advantages, Materials, Technique | Tech Sheet (PDF)
Grafting desirable fruiting varieties to vigorous, disease-resistant tomato rootstocks has become a cost-effective method for growers to overcome many disease and production-related issues. Grafting tomatoes can improve production and overall crop health, reduce or eliminate the need for pesticide use, lengthen harvest duration, and significantly increase net income. The entire process from sowing of rootstock and scion varieties to final transplanting of grafted plants into greenhouse soil or soilless medium normally takes 6-8 weeks. The major advantage of side grafting is that this method is more forgiving of differing stem diameters than top grafting... Read More
Document
Top-Grafting Tomatoes | Advantages, Materials, Technique | Tech Sheet (PDF)
Grafting desirable fruiting varieties to vigorous, disease-resistant tomato rootstocks has become a cost-effective method for growers to overcome many disease and production related issues. Grafting tomatoes can improve production, overall crop health; reduce or eliminate the need for pesticide use; lengthen harvest duration; and significantly increase net income. The entire process from sowing of rootstock and scion varieties to final transplanting of grafted plants into greenhouse soil or soilless media normally takes 68 weeks. Materials: Seeds of a rootstock variety. Seeds of a scion variety. Your preferred growing medium. Plug trays of your desired cell size. Shallow leakproof trays. Read More
Document
Grafted Tomato Plants | Growing Instructions | Tech Sheet
Please inspect your order immediately. Johnnys takes pride in ensuring that high quality products are delivered successfully to you. Any damage must be reported to Johnnys within 48 hours of receipt. Photos of shipping damage must accompany all claims. Please submit claims to service@johnnyseeds.com or call 1-877-564-6697. The plants you receive may be stressed from shipping water them as soon as possible and keep them in a protected environment. If you will be transplanting within a few days, harden off the plants as you normally would. If you must wait to transplant, you may want to transfer them into Read More
Article
Common Tomato Pests, Diseases & Physiological Disorders | An Overview of Biotic & Abiotic Problems
An overview of Common Tomato Pests, Diseases & Physiological Disorders to help tomato growers avoid problems — or should they arise, to be better prepared to appropriately address them — in time. We provide a brief summary of the primary living (biotic) pathogens as well as nonliving (abiotic, or physiological) disorders that are common and/or pose the greatest threat, with additional resources for further reading and assistance. Read More
Article
Tools & Supplies Information Library | Johnny's Selected Seeds
Visit our library of tool, accessory, and supply-specific information, including assembly and instruction manuals, parts and cost calculators, comparison charts, guides and articles, with detailed instructions for your growing success. An extensive set of resources made available to our readers by the Tool Research, Design, Development & Trialing Team at Johnny's Selected Seeds. Read More
Article
Vegetable Grower's Information Library | Johnny's Selected Seeds
Information for all stages of vegetable production, from planning and choosing varieties and site selection, to planting, cultivating, growing, harvest, and post harvest marketing and preparation, from the vegetable experts at Johnny's Selected Seeds. Read More
Article
Recommended Varieties from Our Greenhouse Trials | What We Look For in Greenhouse Crops
Learn what makes a variety good for growing in greenhouses, hoophouses, and poly tunnels, with favorite variety recommendations for greenhouse culture from the research team at Johnny's Selected Seeds. Details on which specific plant habit, vine, fruit, and disease resistance characteristics to look for when determining which cultivars to grow in the protected-culture setting, including our crop experts' recommendations for specific tomato, pepper, cucumber, eggplant, and lettuce types and varieties. Read More
Article
10 Tips for Growing Heirloom Tomatoes
Growing heirloom tomatoes can be tricky. Use these ten tips from Johnny's research team to help you make growing heirloom tomatoes a success. Read More
1 - 8 of 8