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The Tormato replaces ugly wire cages or stakes with an aesthetically pleasing cage, trellis, and a nutrient delivery system!More info @ www.itsatormato.com.
Chalk lineMeasuring TapeSaw (Hand or Jigsaw works fine)MarkerDrill5/8 drill bit (NOT speed bore)3/16 drill bit20 ft of 1/2 inch Pex tubing per Tormato10 ft x1 1/4 PVC (8 ...
Snap a chalkline down the length of the PVC. This will serve as a guide when it comes to drilling the holes, and keep all the holes roughly ...
Measure and mark for the drilling of holes. If you are going to be putting an end cap on for the trellising system, mark 3 inches from the ...
Drill holes with the 5/8 drill bit. Remember to stay on the top (the chalkline) and drill straight up and down!! Do not apply too much pressure, or ...
Thread the Pex through the holes drilled in the PVC.
Cut the bottom end off at a 45 degree angle, roughly 16-18 inches from the last loop. This will serve as a stake and the nutrient delivery system ...
Drill hole to insert nutrients (or water) to the roots of the plant.
Cut roughly 2 to 4" of your scrap PVC and drill a hole near the end to put the trellis string through. Place the elbow tightly on the ...
First picture is watering the Tomato through the "nutrient delivery system"Second picture is a tomato plant with 2 feet of growth. The leaves rest on the spiral, and ...
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