See what happens when a sliced up rotten tomato is thrown in the dirt after a week!

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With many chemicals used in growing fruits and vegetables, we are never sure about the food we buy. Sellers claim that the fruits and vegetables sold at the supermarket are fresh—but you’ll never know. To be sure, it is better to plant your own, right? Well, it isn’t that easy. Taking care of plants isn’t an easy job, and it requires time. But this guy teaches us how to plant tomatoes—by practically doing nothing!

First, take a rotten or overripe tomato from your counter. Slice it up into at least half an inch thick each. Then lay down the slices on a pot of dirt or compost—and wait for about a week before several seedlings grow from it. Easy right? Try this for yourself!

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