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    Default Pomato

    TLV thấy cái nầy ngộ ngộ, nên bõ cái nầy trên đây cho anh chị em nhà nông mình học hõi thêm chút ích về cây cối nha.

    Tuy là cây nầy không có gì mới mẽ lắm gì this was disscovered some 15 yrs. ago. But đây không phãi là cái mà mình được thấy được hàng ngày. So hểre we go.






    How to Grow a Pomato Plant
    Instructions
    Things You’ll Need:
    • Potato Plant
    • Tomato Plant
    • Sharp Knife/Razor Blade
    • Grafting Tape
    • Plastic Bag
    • Large Growing Container
    • Step 1: Choose a healthy vigorous tomato plant that is approximately 6 to 8 inches tall.
    • Step 2: Select a potato plant that is approximately the same height.
    • Step 3: Set the two plants side by side so that the stems will touch easily. You may need to elevate the tomato plant to get the desired height.
    • Step 4: Using thin sharp knife or a razor blade, gently remove a sliver of the stem from the potato plant. This sliver should be no more than 1/3 the depth of the stem and no longer than one inch. Take care not to sever the entire stem.
    • Step 5: Locate an area on the tomato stem that matches the height of the cut on the potato plant. Repeat the cutting procedure on the stem of the tomato plant.
    • Step 6: Gently join the two exposed areas and wrap around both stems with grafting tape, being careful to cover all exposed areas.
    • Step 7: Set the plants in an area out of direct sunlight and watch for signs of new growth on the top of the tomato. Watch the graft site for a slight bulge to indicate the graft is forming. Once you observe lush growth on the tomato plant, you are ready to cut off the top of the potato plant above the graft site.
    • Step 8: Allow the plant to grow until you again see vigorous growth on the tomato plant. This should take two or three weeks. At this point you are ready to remove the bottom portion of the tomato plant. To do this, cut the stem slightly below the graft site.
    • Step 9: Enclose the plant in a clear plastic bag for to maintain moisture, as the tomato plant may wilt for a few days while it adjusts. After several days, remove the plastic. If the plant shows signs of wilting, simply cover with plastic for a few more days.
    • Step 10: Once the plastic is removed, watch for signs of new growth. When the plant shows lush green leaves, you can remove the grafting tape. Congratulations! You have just created a Pomato plant that will produce tomatoes on top and potatoes underneath the soil. Be sure to water regularly to maintain optimum health.
    Tips & Warnings
    • Pomato plants are spectacular plants to display at fairs or for science projects. Consider growing them in a clear plastic container wrapped with dark paper that can be removed at maturity to show the potatoes underground and tomatoes on top.
    • Fertilize with a water soluble fertilizer every two weeks.
    • This plant is also known as a Topato plant, and is often referred to as a Tomato Potato Plant
    You must trim away any new shoots that come from the potato plant on a regular basis. These will grow quickly and rob the tomato plant from valuable nutrients.
    Be not forgetful to entertain strangers; for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. (The Book of Hebrew)

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    Cám ơn chị post cho em xem... lạ quá chừng... em thấy lần đầu đó... trên cà dưới khoai....

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    Quote Originally Posted by oanhng View Post
    Cám ơn chị post cho em xem... lạ quá chừng... em thấy lần đầu đó... trên cà dưới khoai....
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    me too.... thanks sis TLV

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    Cách này phải là người khéo tay lắm mới làm được, không được để móng tay quá dài, vướng víu khi tháp cành.
    Last edited by Isabella; 08-20-2009 at 02:39 PM.
    You should always go to other people funeral because they cannot go to yours!

    Yogi Berra



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    Cây pomato này lạ thiệt đó chứ TLV, nhưng tui chỉ ngắm cây thôi chứ cách trồng là hổng dám đọc rồi.....

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    Thank you
    cái này ngô quá nha , vậy hái ăn được 2 thứ

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    hồi đó TLV lúc còn ỡ bên xứ lạnh tình nồng, TLV có khi ordering plant from ÚSA, Thấy họ có bán đó các sis. Nhưng gì bên đó chĩ trồng trọt chĩ được 2.5 tháng trong 1 năm à, nên hong trồng but muốn lắm a.

    TLV nghĩ nếu mà sis nào trong đây ỡ tĩnh nóng như Tx, or Southern CA, or in AZ or New Mexico, or even in Fl, trồng pomato được lắm à nha.
    Be not forgetful to entertain strangers; for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. (The Book of Hebrew)

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