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A tray of freshly germinated microdwarf tomatoes. They are much shorter than regular size tomatoes when they emerge from the soil, as you can see in this photo
A micro dwarf seedling before being potted up into a 6" pot. Pictured here is Grower's Blend bred 'BZN F1' at 5-weeks post sow
Your micro tomato should be in it's final pot before it reaches this size. I like to make sure they are in their final pots at around 5 weeks post-germination. Give them 1-2 weeks to develop roots in their last pot before they start to flower.
Smaller micro tomato varieties do best in 3/4 to 1-gallon pots.
Larger varieties do best in 1-gallon pots
Or grow two smaller varieties in a 1.5-gallon pot
Experiment with what works best for your grow space
We found that putting micro tomatoes in larger pots does not necessarily mean more fruits.