Zones 9 and 10 have opposite seasons as up north.” Here, we are able to plant continuously month after month starting in late August up till March. 1. be certain your soil is freed from nematodes (tiny worms that get into plant roots and significantly diminish normal development performance). You can use nasty industrial chemicals, but it’s safer and simpler to make use of plastic. Lay heavy 3- to 5 mil plastic over your planting (soil) space and leave it there for about 3 weeks. 2. you should use pots as a substitute of open soil in your land. Larger pots are higher (5-gallon minimal, with 7- or 10-gallon being finest. 4. plant seeds just under the surface of the soil and keep moist. 6 inches of the soil. Never use recent (wet) manure. 7. tomatoes love fish emulsion fertilizer. Feed usually with this organic food. You may also feed chemical fertilizers. Feed properly throughout the primary 40-50 days or so then cease.