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How long does it take tomato to sprout
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I planted some tomato seeds and it is 7 days now but no sprouting. How long do I have to wait or have they rotten?
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They should have sprouted by 7 days. Wait more 7 days. Soil insects and diseases can prevent sprouting. I do spray insecticides and fungicides on the seeds before covering with soil.
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