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We’ve heard that some other tomato companies are setting up greenhouses as nurseries in northern Nigeria, so we thought it might be beneficial to explain and share our own process too! Tomato Jos has been using this system for 5 years 😊

Step 1: de-clump your potting substrate.
We use a type of peat moss (not pat moose 😉) that we bring into the country from Europe. We have tried other types of potting substrate including coco peat and a mixture of soil and manure, but have found that for us, this product works best. It’s highly water absorbent. 💧💦
Step 2: Adding water to the potting substrate

The peat moss is mixed with water. When we drop our seeds in, they will need moisture to germinate. So we get our potting substrate nice and wet all the way through.
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The FACTS tell a very different story. It's why I stay on twitter Mr President. Somebody has to tell the truth! ❤️🇺🇸🌹
❤️🇺🇸 This is the real story Mr President ~ Your directive to always put America First. #HireAmericanBuyAmerican

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@EpochTimes ❤️🇺🇸 President Donald J. Trump Remains Committed to Expanding Energy Production and Increasing Manufacturing in the United States whitehouse.gov/briefings-stat… via @whitehouse
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We do Mr President and thank you for continuing to push for ALL American's to benefit. #KeepAmericaGreat❣️🇺🇸
❤️🇺🇸👠Thank you @GOPChairwoman for highlighting this ~
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