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terry
can tomatoes and citrus be planted side by side

Submitted: 10:12AM, 29 Aug 2017
Answer: Hi Terry,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

You can certainly plant tomatoes next to citrus plants. However, tomatoes love to grow in ample sunlight, please place them in a way where they do receive enough sunlight. Feeding your tomatoes with Thrive Natural Tomato & Vegie Liquid Plant Food will keep them healthy and improve yield and vigour in the plants.

Hope this information is helpful, if you have further queries do let us know.

Kind regards,

Eric
Yates Horticulturalist

Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: citrus, Tomatoes
Answered: 10:26AM, 29 Aug 2017

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