Tomato Soil and Raised Bed Question
First time trying raised beds. I will be transplanting tomato seedlings into raised beds. Each tomato plant will be in its own 2 foot X 2 foot by 6 inch high wood-framed bed.
A 2 foot wide walkway surrounding each bed will mean that there will be 4 feet between tomato plants in all directions.
Each 2 X 2 foot wood-framed bed will be laying on top of last year's open-space garden, so there will be a 6 inch cushion of last year's composted manure and top soil under each bed.
This year I bought enough equal amounts of top soil and composted cow manure to be mixed and then poured into the 2 X 2 tomato beds to a depth of 6 inches. Would this mix be enough, or should I add anything to the mixture before I pour it into the tomato beds?
I do have plenty of dried leaves, Bone Meal, fish emulsion and Vigora Plant Food 12-10-5. I also have about 200 pounds of stale bread and an additional 100 pounds of bread coming every week. Long story about the bread.
Thank you for any suggestions. This is only my second year gardening. I have learned so much from this forum.