Growing Tomatoes 4 Health &Wealth

by Chuck Bartok Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing
In 2008 we planted 24 Tomato Plants to Prove the methods for High Yield and marketibility. 24 plants yielded a 1,000 pound and a $1,000 Watch How, week by week, through the season. Enjoy the Fun
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For the past 4 decades growing Fresh Vegetables has been a source of Income and lifestyle. We not only grew, we packed and sold to grocers, and also served our own in our food establishment.
I videoed a complete season, to Show everyone How and Why to enjoy a small plot garden, demonstrating how to encourage 24 plants to produce a 1,000 of tomatoes and earn $1,000 having fun.
Get your copy now, and study for the 2011 Tomato Season. Our Southern Hemisphere friends Order Now and Plant right away

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About Chuck Bartok Professional     Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing

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Sean North Professional   Business

Excellent revpage Chuck, I have forwarded the details to my brother as he is a commercial tomato grower here in the UK it may be of interest to him
Oct 23rd 2010 17:38   
Paula van Dun Magnate II   Retired
Very nice article surely of interest for tomato growers and hobby gardeners. I have never tasted an USA tomato. Dutch tomatoes taste like water balls compared to the ones in Turkey. In Turkey you can really taste the sun in all vegetables and fruits. And they are bigger in size too.
Oct 23rd 2010 19:30   
Cheryl Baumgartner Professional   Medical Billing/Coding/Insurance
I have a confession to make. I have a brown thumb. But if one of you would like to start a tomato patch I'll be happy to come steal them off the vine. (All veggies taste better when they come straight from someone else' garden)

Oct 23rd 2010 22:05   
Maketta A. Senior  Internet Marketer
My mom bought some tomatoe plants and my father planted them in the backyard. They got a lot of tomatoes this summer. They were the cherry tomatoes though. It's nothing better than homegrown tomatoes.
Oct 23rd 2010 22:43   
Cristina Acoymo Advanced   
very informative...thanks
Oct 24th 2010 05:42   
David Hodges Advanced   Owner/Admin, Text Ad Overload
Will be checking this out. I love fresh tomato slices for almost everything. had a bad year with toms this year to hot in Tx
Nov 4th 2010 13:28   
Chuck Bartok Professional   Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing
Heat is a problem but there are in-expensive fixes for the problem.
We have Many summer days 102-110 degrees
Nov 5th 2010 09:45   
Kathy Clark Senior   Internet Marketer, Consultant, Social Media Manage
Chuck I have learned many tricks to Tomatoe Growing from you and this ebook and videos are a huge help. Thanks for sharing. I am promoting this book on my blog at
Jan 14th 2011 00:16   
Chuck Bartok Professional   Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing
Thanks Kathy. You will notice that APSense now hides links in comments. But peopel can see you blog at smallplotgardens(dot)com/raisedgardenbeds I don't MIND people sharing valuable information on Topic...That is NOT spam
Jan 14th 2011 10:42   
Cindy Bolley Magnate II Premium   HHCTB?
Chuck Your RevPage has made me hungry for fresh tomatoes
Can't wait till spring.
But I am like Cheryl... they always taste better from someone else garden.

Jan 20th 2011 12:27   
Chuck Bartok Professional   Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing
It is so easy to grow enough Tomatoes to satisfy your hunger. One plant , well maintained can produce over 50# of delicious sweet tomatoes. Besides it is Healthy for you to "garden", even if only one plant.
Jan 21st 2011 09:41   
Nishit Dave Advanced   Pixworthy
Nice article on tomatoes. They are used practically in every Indian delicacies however I love them mostly in salads.
Jan 21st 2011 21:52   
Senthilkumar Kumarasamy Junior  
tomatoes are rich in lycopene which is good for heart health
Jan 22nd 2011 06:27   
Terry Quested Junior  
I am a great believer in healthy eating
Jan 22nd 2011 11:56   
Teten Puridewa Advanced   Pro Entrepreneur
good health info gor me.thank you for this info
Jan 22nd 2011 12:12   
Deyan Smardzhiev Freshman   
good working site master relax and have fun with your Drive Targeted Traffic to your Business
Jan 22nd 2011 16:08   
Bofet Dionson Junior  
This is a good thing. Re-discovering tomato; health benefits. up up!
Jan 22nd 2011 20:47   
Warren Contreras Magnate I   Old Retired Guy
They are always a staple in our garden and even though the growing season is short in the Northwest US, they taste amazing.
Jan 23rd 2011 07:55   
Peter M. Senior   Pro Internet Marketer
nice program and wish others would like too.......
Jan 23rd 2011 07:58   
Lee L. Senior   The Gram Savings Plan
We are just getting ready to prep the garden here in SC...we always grow tomatoes and sure love having some put up in the freezer for winter. May have to learn all your secrets for a bigger yield. Great post, thanks.
Jan 23rd 2011 09:09   
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