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Tomatoes, and most soft fruits, need good sunlight to sweeten up as they ripen. If you're growing indoors, whilst they will ripen, they won't be as tasty and sweet as they would if grown outdoors in warm/hot sunlight. This is why tomatoes harvested in summer are sweeter than those grown in greenhouses under artificial light/heat conditions in winter - the ...


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The advantage of containers is that it is easier to replace the soil. You don't want to grow crops like tomatoes, which are susceptible to virus diseases, in the same soil year after year, since the virus can survive in the soil to infect the next year's crop. You can limit the height of tomatoes (and probably get a bigger crop) by pinching out the main ...


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It looks like rust, which is a type of fungus. There are many species of rust but this could be common rust - Phragmidium spp. You should remove these leaves if you suspect it is rust to avoid further contamination. Tomato plants don't like their leaves to get wet so you should water the soil not the leaves. Looks like you are growing indoor under led ...


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