Westland's Gro-Sure Tomato Food tops tomato feed trial

Gro-Sure Tomato Food has topped the charts in a recent Which? Gardening trial, scoring a test score of 89 per cent.

Judges said that the tomato food, which was also awarded a ‘Best Buy’ status gave: ‘Vigorous plants and a bumper crop of good-quality tomatoes.’

J Arthur Bower's Tomato Plant Food scored 80 per cent while Chempak's Yearlong Fertiliser scored 76 per cent and Chempak's Standard Tomato Food scored 63 per cent. 

Garden Direct's Tomato Food scored 53 per cent, Doff Tomato Feed scored 52 per cent, Eazifeed's Feed for Tomatoes scored 42 per cent and Eco Charlie's Organic Quality Tomato and Pepper Feed scored 37 per cent.

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