He Puts 4 Tomato Slices On A Bucket Of Dirt And What Happens 12 Days Later Is Amazing

All you need is a pot, soil, and one tomato.


If you happen to have any overly ripened tomatoes in your fridge … don’t throw them away. You can turn them into seedlings and grow entirely new tomatoes in just a handful of days!

In this video, The Wannabe Homesteader teaches us how. All that’s needed is some soil, a pot and one tomato. You simply start by cutting an overly ripened tomato into quarter-inch slices before dropping the slices into a bucket full of dirt.


Then, cover the slices with just enough potting so the slices are no longer visible, and water the pot sporadically.

In just two weeks or less, you should end up with 50-60 tomato seedlings … with the help of Mother Nature, of course.