“How to Easily Grow

Juicy Tasty Tomatoes At Home”

Learn all the Secrets from a World Renowned
Plant Disease and Nutritionist
who Advises
the Professional Growers


Annette Welsford Hello fellow tomato lover!

If you’re sick of the thick skinned, tasteless balls, covered in chemicals, that they charge a fortune for in supermarkets, the answer is easy. Grow your own. It’s a very enjoyable and rewarding past time, as millions of people around the world know. However you do need to follow a set of well tested guidelines to ensure your plants stay healthy and produce masses of juicy fruit. You don’t want disease or pests or soil problems destroying all your beautiful tomatoes!

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You want beautiful plump healthy tomatoes like these
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Not diseased and misshapen ones like these

Let me tell you though, surfing the internet, trying to find answers to all your tomato growing problems and then trying to sort out the facts from the anecdotal drivel is tough work.

This is my story of how I discovered what to do . . .

I was fed up with reading conflicting advice, planting lots of varieties, experimenting with fertilizer and watering, losing too many tomatoes to disease and only getting a couple of kilos each harvest. I was at my wits end. Then I had a stroke of good luck! I ran into a former colleague who I hadn’t seen for some time. She has a Masters Degree in Plant Disease and works as a Plant Nutrition Advisor for a global company in the horticultural industry. I begged her to tell me what I was doing wrong! She came around and had a look at my plants and in 5 minutes flat she had diagnosed four simple problems! All those months of frustration ended right there. She saved me heaps of time and money with her advice. While we were talking a neighbour popped in and soon she began telling my friend about the problems she was having with her crop. So we went next door and had a look at her plants and sure enough she had a few of the same problems as well, plus a couple of extra ones.

The Mistakes We Were Making . . .


We’d both been using the wrong fertilizers at the wrong growth stages


We were both guilty of incorrect pruning – so our plants were covered with lots of small fruit and not too many big ones


Neither of us had a clue really when it came to watering, particularly during the severe drought we’d just lived through.


Some of my plants had end rot – a common problem which is easy to fix when you know how.


Some of my neighbour’s fruits were deformed and some had black spots on them.

Within minutes Lucia (my former colleague) had told us how to fix these problems and what we needed to do when we planted our next crop to minimise the chances of these issues happening again. Sure enough – my next crop was a lot healthier than I had ever been able to achieve before, and so was my neighbour’s. Needless to say our surrounding neighbours and visiting friends were amazed (and a little envious I suspect) to see the transformation. They wanted to know what we had done, if they too could meet my friend. I contacted Lucia and told here she’d caused a bit of stir among tomato growers in my area! Lots of people wanted her help. However she is in great demand professionally and travels extensively with her job, training university researchers, professional growers, horticulturists and garden produce store owners. When she’s not traveling she’s writing technical articles about plant nutrition and disease control and conducting crop trials.

We Wanted to Share This Valuable Knowledge with Everyone …

We had a dilemma. How could Lucia’s valuable knowledge be made available to all home growers, instead of just the professional growers? I’ll tell you how . . . We decided to put it all into a book. A book which is focused totally on tomatoes. Lucia sifted through her reams and reams of technical articles and presentations and I gave her a hand putting it all together into simple language that we could all understand. We added hundreds of photos and captions to make it even better. I canvassed all my friends and neighbors to find out what they wanted to know most and made sure that the book had all the answers they needed. We then talked to growers in other countries to find out what they wanted to know and made sure that those questions were also answered. So – we’ve ended up with a whopping 80 page “Bible” of tomato growing tips. A book filled with an incredible amount of detail and photos on every aspect of choosing, planting and cultivating healthy tasty tomatoes. A book which provides all the answers for tomato lovers in every country – no matter how small (or big) your garden is, or what sort of problems you face.

“How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes”

IS A GIANT compendium with all the answers and hundreds of photos

IMPORTANT: The facts contained in How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoesare the result of years of research. This book is a valuable reference guide which is used around the world by professional horticulturists and novice gardeners alike. The book was written by a highly qualified and well respected plant expert. It was not written by an “author for hire” and it is not based on amateur’s anecdotes.

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How To Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes

Click here or on the image above to see an extract from the book on fertilizing

“If you have a question about tomatoes and its not covered in this book I’d be most surprised” Debbie McDonald, Gardening Australia Magazine

luciag This easy to read 80 page book was written by two tomato lovers. One of the authors holds a Master’s Degree in Plant Pathology, is a plant nutrition technician and a world authority on plant disease. Every day she provides technical advice to professional tomato growers all over the world. Now she shares her professional secrets with home gardeners The book provides step-by-step advice and tips on how to grow tomatoes which you can use to help you substantially increase your crop’s health and yield. Not only that – your tomatoes will have more flavour and be a lot sweeter than you’ve tasted from a store bought variety.


Brett’s Story
Following your advice my plants are 4 times bigger than before I have read and reread the book over and over and l now have a better understanding of the life of the tomato from start to finish.Thankyou for all the time and effort you have put into this information and kept in mind to make it easy to understand. l conducted a trial by putting what you have said in your book into practice in my hot house. One plant I did your way, the other my way as I’ve always done it. l have also done the same trial with ones in the ground and their doing even better. l cant believe the growth rate of the plant – the stem is much thicker, leaves have more colour and it’s stronger looking all over. Most books that l have brought on tomatoes are ok but do not give you the understanding of the life cycle of tomatoes that is easy to understand as your information does. l cant even think of anything that l can say that would improve what you both have done 10/10 from me. You two ladies have restored my faith in the human race because your book and the price that you are asking for the book just goes to show that there are still some people out there that give more than value for your money. l am more than happy to back up my email and tell anyone that wishes to contact me that, that is what l have said. Brett Scott, South Australia (Brett sent us photos of the trials he did. These plants were planted at the same time, the first using his traditional method of care, the next following the instructions in How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes, and the same for the plants in pots)

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Doing it your way, the plants are 4 TIMES the size of the other plants


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Discover the secrets of preparing the soil to attract worms and give your plants the best possible start in life. (pps 24-31)

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Find out which tomato varieties will do best in your climate, which ones grow the biggest and which ones rate the highest in taste tests. We even help you select the perfect varieties for salads, for sauces, for stuffing or drying. (pps 11 – 23)


Bryan’s Story
Before I started studying seriously, I had what I would call reasonable success. Now that I’ve read How To Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes I’ve had Great Success. My relatives can’t get over my tomatoes. My neighbors are also amazed. They say, “what are you going to do with a 12 ft. tomato plant, use a ladder to pick tomatoes?” I would guess that I have picked at least 1 1/2 to 2 wheelbarrows full of tomatoes off of these 2 plants. My brother Ed strung out his single Brandywine tomato plant on a couple of trellises like you would cucumbers or beans. He had more, and bigger tomatoes this year than he ever had in his life. All I can tell you is read the book. Apply the knowledge and add it to your own experience and remember that if you have a question, Annette will try to find you an answer. You can’t beat that for loyalty and dedication. I highly recommend it to all, from novice to expert, there is something in it for everyone. Bryan Weikum, California, USA Bryanstomatoes Bryanstomatoplants


red tick Learn about a new method for planting tomatoes which is great for root establishment plus we reveal the secret root dip which the professionals use to encourage huge roots. The bigger your root system, the healthier your plant. (p34)
red tick Find out how far apart to plant tomato seedlings. It differs from variety to variety (p34)
red tick Find out the results of staking research – 12 different methods were tested. See which one was the best! (pps 35-40)
red tick Don’t worry if you have limited space, we’ll cover everything you need to know about growing tomatoes in pots and hanging baskets (pps 32 and 46)
red tick Find out the professional secrets to fertilizing – it’s all in the mix, the application techniques and the timing at different growth stages. These tips alone will have a huge impact on your plants and give you sweet tomatoes! (pps47 – 52)

The book is divided into two parts. The first part is called Quick Start and gives you simple step by step instructions so you can get your first crop started straight away. Each step is illustrated with photographs to make it easy for everyone (even a complete novice) to follow. The second part is the detail. This is your reference section. 65 pages of incredible detail on every aspect of growing tomatoes. Novice and seasoned tomato growers alike find this section invaluable, as it contains everything you will ever need to know . . . and lots more. This fantastic guide is an absolute MUST HAVE for anyone who wants to grow great tomatoes. Buy it now and learn how you can have a healthy luscious crop of tomatoes. Be the envy of your neighbourhood, but don’t tell them your secret!!

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Important InformationHow To Grow Juicy Tasty TomatoesWe want you to be 100% satisfied with what you will get by purchasing this book so we offer the following important facts.
FACT 1- AUTHENTIC – written by a world leading expert
Unlike some other tomato growing books which are being advertised on the internet, this book was written by a highly qualified and well respected plant expert. It was not written by an “author for hire” and it is not based on amateur’s anecdotes. The facts in How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes are the result of years of ongoing research and trials. Just because someone once grew a big crop or sold one variety of tomatoes to Heinz or any other contract buyer, this does not make them an expert. It takes a lot of research, trial work and scientific knowledge to understand the needs of different climates, soil types and varieties, let alone advanced nutrition and pest control techniques.
FACT 2 – TWO PROFESSIONAL FORMATS The book is available as an ebook or in hard copy.The ebook is in PDF format and contains a table of contents to make it easy for you to navigate through all the chapters. It has also been compiled in high resolution so that you can print it out and clearly read the text and see the photos. The layout was done by a professional graphic designer, so it is not a home produced word document like so many other ebooks.

The printed glossy version is beautifully finished and will take pride of place on any coffee table or bookcase. (Note: the ebook version is sold on this page, click here if you wish to purchase the hard copy version.)

FACT 3 – 100% GUARANTEEDIf for any reason you are not satisfied and you want your money back, it’s done immediately, no questions asked, even up to 8 weeks after your purchase. This is automatically handled through our third party merchant who will confirm the refund with you. (Purchasers of the hard copy book must return it to receive the refund.)

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Tomato lovers from Scotland to Tasmania and everywhere in between have bought our book How to Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes and enjoyed success with growing bigger and healthier crops of tomatoes.

Many of them were so delighted with the improvement in their crops, they sent us emails and letters containing treasured family recipes as a “thankyou”. Before long we amassed quite a collection, and so Our Family Tomato Cookbook was born.

Our Family Tomato Cookbook provides you with the opportunity to learn new ways to prepare the world’s most popular fruit. There’s even a section in the back for you to record your own family recipes, so you’ll have all your favourites in one place.

It includes recipes for salads, soups, snacks, pies, pasta and rice dishes and many preserves and sauces.

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Print this and use it to record what happens, so that next year you can look back and see what you planted where, what problems you incurred (if any), what corrective action you took and what the results were.

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We hope you are soon enjoying the best tomatoes you’ve ever tasted!

Best wishes

Annette Welsford Lucia Grimmer
Annette Welsford Lucia Grimmer, MSc


    Recent Publicity

    Click the play button to hear 3AW and ABC TV’s Gardening Australia personality Jane Edmanson’s interview with Lucia and her tips for growing healthy tomatoes.

    Click on the press images below to read the published articles

    Your book is very well organized. I am going to suggest that it be used as a text book in west Africa where we are teaching regenerative agriculture. I would invite you to be an advisor to the MORE program. We want to demonstrate sustained tomato tonnage through all the seasons with a unique growing system and teaching program. Jim Riordan, Director www.pppafrica.org, Ghana
    Some of the stuff in your tomato book was priceless. Especially some of the explanations on pruning. Cleared up stuff I didn't even get in university and tropical agriculture training (or our backyard growing up)!! Thanks! Matthew Peterson, Africa
    I have found it to be so much more comprehensive than anything I have ever seen before & have tried to follow instructions to the letter. I planted Grosse Lisse seedlings in a raised garden bed mid May & they are now over 6' tall & growing well. Once again, many thanks for your book which will never get hidden in a bookshelf. Graeme Mogridge, Bundaberg, Qld, Australia
    I must say that I thought it was one of the very best books on the subjects of tomatoes that I have ever read, and I think that I have read them all. I grow about 17 varieties of tomatos and I raise about 38 plants. Some with great success and some just so so. Living with heat and humidity in central Georgia make growing tomatos very difficult, every bit of advice is welcome and your book certainly gave that to me. My wife who is a published landscape designer and I, are on a Saturday morning talk show about gardening. I would have no problem recommending your book to the people who call in. Earle Jonas, Georgia, USA
    Absolutely LOVE your book. It is the most beautifully presented, descriptive gardening book I have ever seen. I am currently waiting on my husband, Terry to read it so that he can prayerfully, plant a number of tomato plants successfully. Queensland tomatoes, purchased from greengrocer etc. are so incredibly tasteless. I cannot believe the difference. Do hope your book continues to sell successfully. I am, of course recommending it to all my friends Suzanne McLeod, Brisbane, Australia
    I must say that I thought it was one of the very best books on the subjects of tomatoes that I have ever read, and I think that I have read them all. I grow about 17 varieties of tomatos and I raise about 38 plants. Some with great success and some just so so. Living with heat and humidity in central Georgia make growing tomatos very difficult, every bit of advice is welcome and your book certainly gave that to me. My wife who is a published landscape designer and I, are on a Saturday morning talk show about gardening. I would have no problem recommending your book to the people who call in. Earle Jonas, Georgia, USA
    This must have taken you a long time to research and write. It's so comprehensive - and very well presented. I live in a cold climate, so I need all the help I can get with tomatos. There's a few things I've noticed already I've been doing wrong. Robert Gane, Ashburton, New Zealand
    I also purchased several books on tomatoes from amazon.com. Your book is by far the very best I have. I was very interested in diseases and pests (red spider mites) and how to control the problem. I recommend your book to anyone who grows tomatoes for fun or is very serious. I am going to take your book to Armstrong gardens tomorrow to show it to one of their associates who gives lectures (free) on growing tomatoes. I'm sure she will like the book and will probably recommend it to her students... Dayle Pipher, California, USA
    The service has been extremely good I have already read the book from cover to cover,some areas at least twice I am 72 years old and have been growing tomatoes for nigh on 50+years. This is the most comprehensive easy to read book on tomatoes in my experience and will be passed on to my son when I have absorbed it all. Clive Bainbridge, Middlesex, UK
    I am extremely pleased with both the book and the service. The follow up concern is a very nice touch and real rarity in this age. I also purchased tomato recipe book and am very pleased with it. I will highly recommend both to friends and acquaintances . Thanks again. Walt Sullivan, San Diego, USA
    This book is just wonderful. You have everything I hoped would be in the publication - and more. Very nicely presented and actually fun to look through. I am planting tomatoes for the first time and my 84 year old Dad is in another state, planting tomatoes as he has for his entire life. We are enjoying talking about our plants and I read to him from your book when we get into discussions about specifics - fertilizer for example. You are in the conversation! Deb Harvey, Wisconson, USA
    If i can't grow tomatoes after reading that book my name isn't rumplestiltskin. Magnificent Annette i loved it,now i have to try plants that suit tropical regions as i normally just grow grosse lisse. Thanks.Alf Worsley, Karrtath, Western Australia
    I would like to say that I have had much pleasure in reading How To Grow Juicy Tasty Tomatoes. I think its a wonderful book, full of great and smart ideas. Its a wealth of knowledge, and I am very pleased to have purchased one. Benjamin Rolliston, Tasmania, Australia
    I have browsed the entire book and read in detail many parts, and it has answered several questions I have had since trying my hand at growing tomatoes in Oklahoma . Most of the problems I have experienced are addressed in your book and I am looking forward to preparing for and growing next year's crop.Dale Mavis, Oklahoma, USA
    Being a lover of growing and eating juicy tomatoes, I was super impressed with Annette’s’ knowledge and obvious passion. Not only does her book give you absolutely every detail you’d ever want to know about growing yummo tomatoes, it guides you step by simple step and with lovely glossy pictures too! I learnt more about growing tomatoes than I ever imagined possible and what’s funny is that the whole time I was reading her book…my mouth was constantly watering with the thought of eating those lovely tomatoes she had so many pictures of! If you’re thinking about growing your own tasty, juicy tomatoes and think you know a thing or two already like I did…then I urge you to buy this book and learn some valuable tips and ideas that will leave you amazed. Quite honestly…I thought I knew a lot, but after reading this book I realised I had a lot to learn. Thanks again Annette…it’s little wonder your beautiful book has become an international best seller. Amanda Clarkson, Gold Coast, Australia