Past experience in a hot summer region leads me to believe that a single tomato plant can yield as much as 20-30 pounds per season. We consistently get 20 plus pounds of tomatoes per plant and that takes into consideration the one or two plants that die during the season. With proper watering, feeding and general care, you can help improve the fruit yield of your tomato plant … (2007) found that increasing plant spacing from 11.8 to 19.7 inches resulted in greater yield per plant but lowered productivity per unit area, while decreasing plant density Is that enuff or If you plan to plant a tiny cherry tomato plant, then you may have the opportunity of having 10 to 20 tomatoes grown on each plant that you grow. Watch the bottoms carefully; that's where tomato… Rockwool (RW) is largely used, in soilless culture, for growing tomato, but because of its high cost, high needs (from about 90 to 120 m 3 per hectare) and for environmental reasons (growers are responsible for the disposal of waste materials), growers are involved in finding new media that substitute RW without negative effect on quantity and quality of tomato yield. 341 341