Pomato is a hybrid variety of potato and tomato. It is a small tomato-like fruit, with white flesh, edible either raw or cooked.
Pomato plant produces tomatoes on the top and potatoes underground.
- Choose Potato and Tomato plant with the same height.
- Place the two plants side by side so that the stems will touch easily.
- Gently remove a sliver of the stem from the potato plant by using thin sharp knife.
- Locate an area on the tomato stem that matches the height of the cut on the potato plant.
- Set the plants in an area out of direct sunlight.
- Watch the new growth on the top of the tomato.
- Allow the plant to grow until you again see vigorous growth on the tomato plant. This should take two or three weeks.
- Allow the plant to grow for two or three weeks to see vigorous growth on the tomato plant
- Remove the bottom portion of the tomato plant.
- Enclose the plant in a clear plastic bag to maintain moisture. After several days, remove the plastic.
- Once the plastic is removed, watch for signs of new growth. When the plant shows lush green leaves, remove the grafting tape. Now the Pomato plant was created successfully.