In general, the best time to water is early in the morning or late at night. In particular, do not water indoors before 8 a.m. and after 4 p.m., as these are peak hours for household leaks that waste precious water! (One gallon of indoor irrigation needs 2-3 gallons of outside watering.) Do not overwater plants; give them enough moisture to keep their leaves plump, but no more than they need by checking soil moisture with your finger on a dry day—or using mothballs or other dehydrators (like banana peels) if necessary to reduce humidity levels overnight while keeping plants moist through the heat of the day!
How often should I fertilize? And what kind?
Barely any fertilizer is needed; make sure there’s plenty of iron in your soil mix so that it can get into plant roots easily via “sinking” minerals like composted manure or well-rotted chicken droppings, which you can use instead of chemical feedings altogether when organic gardening works for you. Otherwise just apply some tomato food once every two weeks during flowering and again about 10 days before harvest time so all parts of the plant will benefit from disease resistance and hardiness against pests like flea beetles and mites—and look good doing it! Fertilizer also gives protection against mildew infection by preventing fungal growth until after bud break inside foliage buds where new chlorophyll grows rapidly in