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Well http://www.starsauthority.com/authentic-devin-shore-stars-jersey/ , the time is here. You've been growing and nurturing your little tomato seedlings the last six to eight weeks and it's time to put them in the garden. Don't worry. You'll be fine. Transplanting tomatoes really isn't rocket science.

For those gardening in the upper two-thirds of the country, don't plant your tomatoes outside until at least Memorial Day. In fact, when I lived in Vermont, we never planted hot season crops until the first moon in June. Tomatoes are part of a crop of what's known as "tender" annuals.

What makes them tender? The cold. Anything below about 55-60 degrees at night and tomatoes aren't happy. Planting around Memorial Day weekend will ensure that you won't lose your tomatoes to a cold snap. No, you won't have the first ripe tomato by Fourth of July. But you'll have a strong yield in August when the early bird plants are starting to die back.

Prepare the bed in the garden before removing the seedling from its cup. You'll want a nice deep trough to plant them in. Instead of digging a deep hole, make sure you dig a furrow to lay your tomato plant down. The root ball lies in the foot of the trough and the plant goes at the head. You may not need to secure the plant to a trellis or tomato cage right away but just be prepared to do so.

Next, remove any seedling stakes and plant ties that have been supporting your tomato plants while they grew in their seedling cups. Next, gently massage the sides of the seedling cup to loosen the soil. Place your hand over the top of the cup with the stem of the tomato plant between your first and second fingers. Turn the cup over so the root ball lands in the palm of your hand and pull the cup off with your free hand.

When you have gently removed the plant from its seedling cup, lay the root ball and the stem in the furrow up to the true leaves. They're the very first set of leaves that were produced during germination.

The best thing about this process is that tomatoes will grow roots along the stem as well as continue growing roots in the root ball. Planting tomatoes this way will ensure a stronger root base and better fruit. Does this mean you can't plant the traditional deep-hole way? No, you certainly can. I've found, though, that my tomato plants are stronger when they're laid in a furrow instead of planted in a hole.

Tomatoes are voracious eaters so feed them every two weeks or so with a liquid fertilizer. Toward the end of the summer and into early fall, keep your eye out for a nasty tomato muncher called the tomato hornworm. They're clever and disguise themselves like the color of the plant so they're hard to see. Look for tomato plant green with white stripes. These pests will destroy a tomato plant in the time it takes to change your mind.

Well, maybe not quite that fast but I've seen them reduce a plant to stubs and half-eaten fruit in the course of a few days. When you see one ... and you will ... clip the branch that they're resting on and kill them.
I may get some comments about killing a living thing but I can't imagine one beneficial thing a tomato hornworm does. If you know of one, feel free to email me.
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Chittagong, March 18 (Xinhua) -- Bangladesh clinched an eight- wicket victory against Nepal in their second match in the qualifying rounds of the ICC World T20 cup 2014 in Chittagong Tuesday.

Batting first, Nepal scored 126 runs in 20 overs losing five wickets.

A 50-run opening partnership between Tamim Iqbal and Anamul Haque helped the hosts to chase down the target of 127 runs in 15. 3 overs losing merely two wickets.

Anamul Haque made highest 42 runs off just 33 balls for Bangladesh. Tamim scored 30 runs off 22 balls for the hosts.

All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan who contributed 37 runs off just 18 balls hastened victory for his team with four sixes.

B Regmi bagged the only wicket for Nepal. Anamul was run out as the last Bangladeshi Batsman.

Al-Amin Hossain, who was adjudged man of the match, picked up two wickets while Mashrafe Mortaza and Farhad Reza claimed one wicket each to keep things difficult for Nepal batsmen with pace and spin for restricting to a modest total.

P Khadka scored highest 41 runs for Nepal while S Vesawkar made runs for his team.

Bangladesh won the toss and decided to field first in their second match of World T20 against Nepal which defeated Hong Kong by 80 runs in their first match of the tournament.

Bangladesh defeated Afghanistan by nine wickets in their first match.

There are 16 teams to participate for Men's title and 10 for Women's title, which will be played alongside.

Out of 16 participating names, eight reserved spots for direct entry are for full member ICC teams, which include Australia, England, South Africa, India, New Zealand, West Indies, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

The rest of the eight teams have been divided into two Groups which are Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Hong Kong and Nepal in Group-A while Ireland, Zimbabwe, Netherlands and United Arab Emirates in Group-B.

Top two teams of Group-A and B will qualify for main part of the cricket's biggest extravaganza.

The 10 women's sides have also been divided into two Groups, which are Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, Ireland in Group-A while England, West Indies, India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are placed in Group-B.

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