At Atami we like to test our products on several species of tomatoes like cherry and beef tomatoes. The tomato cuttings were grown on Atami’s Cocos Substrate.

Cocos Substrate is a quality substrate composed of coco fibres that come from the bark of coconuts. This substrate contains a universal basic nutrient, so the plant has received the right nutrients right from the beginning. The structure of the coco substrate allows it to store nutrients and make them continuously available for the plant to absorb. The substrate is also very airy, giving the roots enough room to grow and anchor the plant.



The tomato plants were also nourished with B’Cuzz Coco A&B. This additional nutrient forms a steady base to have optimal growing results on cocos substrates, as B’Cuzz Coco A&B contain all the necessary nutrients for the entire growth-cycle. This universal nutrient is suitable for many crops like different kinds vegetables, fruits and herbs such as tomatoes, sage and basil. It can also be used for indoor and potted plants (e.g., Alocasia, Lavender). Experienced growers can measure the required dosage per plant, based on the NPK-values.

The pictures clearly show the development of our tomatoes. Because the roots get plenty of room below ground, the plant is well anchored and shows great growing results aboveground!