James Brian, an ordinary guy, has produced a fantastic growing method, associated with a very innovative and effective setup that can be done in a very simple way.
As the info, Brian has planted four tomatoes around a garbage can equipped with holes drilled in its bottom edge on May 28th. Not stopped here, then he planted the second row up to 10 inches.
What he did later was burying the can until the only remaining was its upper end. He also has placed two shovels of compost and added water every 2 days.
What shocking core is Brian deliberately avoided watering the leaves, and he waited until a month and a half, and found four tomatoes had reached a height of 5 feet 4 inches.
Remarkably, each of them has a lot of tomato fruit and flower. On July 9, he found his four tomatoes have fruits, more than what produced by other farmers, or better called other methods!
Bryan’s method is cheaper and very easy to do. At his first trial, Bryan used 5 gallon buckets instead of 13 gallon kitchen garbage but we can use a larger can as it provides up to 5 gallons of water per week for each plant.
As a simple calculation, if you use a 5 gallon bucket you can plant 2 tomato plants around your bucket, and if you use a 13 gallon bucket, then you could more plants, 5 tomato plants.
Sources/References: Real Farmacy | Home Talk