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TOMATO: PLANTING AND WATERING TIPS WITH (Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) instead of fertilizer or tap water 

If you use regular water you will dilute the PPS parts per Million (PPM) and what good is that. We recommend that you use spray on the soil when too dry for early plants. Also Tomatoes do not need a lot of water. We grew our 14 foot tall tomato plants, that are shown below, with no regular water (only rain water when it rained) and we would spray the ground near the plant base about every two or three days. Also once a week pour a half pint of 50 PPM of PPS on the plants soil above ground. 

Another tip is to inject (Use large spout plastic injector) the soil (not the plants root) about the plant with 50 ppm PPS once a month. Be sure your tomato plant is planted to give maximum sun exposure.

 

The top of the ground may be dry but under the top soil,nutrient's are there and the PPS makes the water and the nutrients enter the plant cells by opening their plasma membrane. Yes in the early days of small plants spray PPS till the plant get a good hold on the soil that it is planted in. About fifty parts per million is about right for tomatoes no root injection or you will get a seedless tomato at 100ppm.

Adding fertilizer in soils that are very badly short of nutrients, PPS will still enhance their cell take-up as stated above.


Photo #18 In the single photo left below are two Better Boy (Bonnie) tomato plants from a green house (STARTER PLANTS). Planted outside on May 2, 2010, the two month growth of the  smaller treated beef stake tomatoes and the large center Plant were treated with PPC only, no water or fertilizer but natural rain. 

Photo #18 left on Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) a TREATED Better Boy (Bonnie) TOMATO PLANT, June 29, 2010 

Note: The left photo Photo #18 the center corner plant (our test plant) is the treated plant with Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) only weekly. With at least two tomatoes (refer to photo below) the other photos of untreated plants there were no tomatoes. 

Also the center plant (our test plant) is in the shade (to this date) getting about 5 to 6 hours full sun. The untreated plants have about 8 hours or more sun due to the shade tree above.

Photo 18a  below, Treated Plant sprouting two baby tomatoes

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Photo 19a above SEPT 6, 2010 Three tall (all six to nine feet) different tomatoes plants supported by trellises, and an untreated tomato plant on far right front foreground.  

(Note: left photo above 19a above with three red tomatoes (unknown) was seeded from last years in ground left over seeds, but was treated by PPSTmC to enhanced its growth from the soils nutrients successfully. (To its far right front, is another last year seeded and this low level small tomatoes was not treated with Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPSTmC) unsuccessfully.

Photo 19b corner plant has amazing growth and tomatoes in different phases of ripping.


Photo #19c below on Aug.23, 2010 the Plants all treated Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) Bonnie Boy tomato are now over ten feet high and eight large green tomatoes having also delivered (picked) from just the far left corner plant. Also refer to latest photos Sept 19, 2010 below

 

Photo #19c Sept 17, 2010 above latest, refer to the back corner, over 12 feet high, also the treated tomato plant left of it, both have many large red tomatoes--great taste no nitrates. Foreground left is another treated tomato plant seeded from the last years tomatoes left in ground, also treated with PPS and is very healthily. The foreground far right is also a tomato plant seeded from tomato seed left in ground the year before, not treated and it also has no tomatoes!

 

No fertilizer of any kind is ever used wih Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS)!



Better Boy

#20 Slight red color of the first to ripe (BetterBoy) tomato July 5, 2010

Today July 6, 2010 we picked the tomato below (from the ten foot plus corner plant, and the photos below show that the first ripe tomato is nearly seedless and has a very sweet soft tastes. There may have been two to four seeds at one end near the top of the plant's stem. The seedless photos is when a very strong Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) was injected into its root when this tomato was green and forming and it changed only the first bottom tomato to seedless but the taste was great. The rest of the tomatoes on this vine when treated with far weaker PPS were normal.

 

 

Photo #20a Sliced open no seeds appear in this slice, only two to four in the whole (Better Boy) tomato slice July 5, 2010 treated with Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) Injection in root system, and continued treatment with weaker PPG solution, grown on plant photo #16. all other tomatoes were normal. This happened (Early on Time Date scale) at the bottom of the tomato plant only was due to too strong of Plant Plasma Solution ppm root injection

#20a The sliced tomato is negative on nitrates and taste very sweet and juicy!


Photo #20b Cross section of untreated early picked  (Better Boy) green tomato July 18, 2010 has plenty of seeds normal to this verity of tomatoes

 

PHOTO #20c Another view of Cross section of Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) treated with lower ppm a (Better Boy) tomato Aug 12, 2010 Plenty of seeds;  This is picked off the same vine as in Photo #21 below and Photo #14 and #16 above. (just higher up the plant stem) when time wise the plant was treated with lower diluted PPGS. 


PHOTO #21 Additional high up on seven foot tall tomato plant  Aug 7, 2010 treated Better Boy Plant

Photo #21 Right July 7, 2010 four foot High up on the seven foot plant #19, BETTER BOY. UNTREATED TOMATO PLANT ROOT OF THE SAME VARITY HAS SEEDS 




 

 Photo #22  Sept 6,2010 same plant same place on vine Photo #19

Photo #21C 10/10/10  on  vine #19                        

WE ARE CLOSELY WATCHING THE TOMATO GROWTH  OF THE RIB SHAPED GREEN TOMATO TO SEE HOW IT FINELY EVOLVES. WE INTEND TO SAVE ITS SEEDS FOR FURTHER PLANTING AND TREATMENT. WE WILL KEEP A PHOTO TRACK ON THIS INTERESTING TOMATO DEVELOPMENT ON Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS)


 

 Photo #23 treated, picked Sept 16, 2010. This tomato (a Bonnie Best was picked from the above right vine (Note the slight tit) Excellent on Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS)  only (vine is now 14 feet tall! Far taller than non treated TOMATO plants of the same verity

 


 


 Photo #23 treated, picked Sept 16, 2010. This tomato (a Bonnie Best was picked from the above right vine (Note the slight tit) Excellent on Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS)  only (vine is now 14 feet tall! Far taller than non treated TOMATO plants of the same verity


 Photo #24 treated  

        

Photo 24A Treated Geranium plant Sept. 28, 2010                          Photo 24b Untreated Geranimum Sept.28, 2010         


Our Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) is very acceptable to passing through the Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS) Membrane with out damage to any fertilizer, or microbes and allows for the concentration-dependent absorption of ions which may serve to retain a significant proportion of an otherwise highly mobile form of an essential plant nutrient.  

Root ion uptake, is quick to respond to our Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS). In fact test show that buds, leaf, flowers, and fruits vegetables are accelerated in growth. The Nitrogen ion in solution is the key that un-locks the Plant's cell Plasma Membrane to take in the three main nutrients in the soil.  Refer to further info page two,  Page_ 2    Plant Plasma Solution TmC (PPS)



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