Tomato plants need consistent watering to yield the most healthy and flavorful fruit. When plants don’t get enough water, the result can be deformed or small tomatoes, and blossom end rot can develop (where the bottom of the tomato turns black). Because of how susceptible tomato plants are to fungus diseases, it’s best to water plants at ground level, using drip irrigation, soaker hoses or creative solutions like a tomato halo. This device holds 3 quarts of water, delivering it directly to the root zone of the plant, which encourages deep rooting. The red color of watering haloes reflects wavelengths of light to tomato plants that promote fruiting.
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