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NAME OF PROJECT: TOMATOE PRODUCTION
LOCATION: BLAK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL TUTORIAL FARM
DURATION: SEPTEMBER 12,2011- DECEMBER 12,2012
DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES: Fifty tomato seedlings were planted in a seedling tray. They were then placed in the greenhouse for three (3) weeks and were watered on a daily basis, until they were matured enough to be transplanted to the soil. Before transplanting the tomato seedlings the land was cleared of weeds and grasses. Manure from the poultry house on the farm was thrown onto the dirt where it was incorporated into the soil with a fork, to increase the soil fertility. A tape measure was used to measure out the area for crop production. After which small hills were constructed known as mounds by using farm equipments such as the fork and hoe, to which the tomato seedlings were transplanted to. Thirty mounds constructed, placing at least to each mound. Some NPK (nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium) was applied near to the roots of the plant after they were transplanted. The farm equipments were then washed off with soap and water to prevent rust of the equipment and were allowed to dry and were then placed back into the farm house. The seedlings were watered daily. Majority of the time the soil was moist to which the plants were situated. The tomato plants were growing healthy and strong. After a few days of transplanting the tomato seedlings and the plants were growing tall, the plants were staked. The plants were staked by cutting piece of wood and placing it near to the roots of the plant and rapping the tomato plant around the wood and also tying the plant to the wood with a piece of string. Six weeks after the plants were transplanted they were fertilized again with NPK fertilizer. By this the tomato plants had started to produce yellow blossom flowers.
Weeds grew around the roots of the plant majority of the time, competing…...

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