This course introduces the cultivation of tomato varieties using high-yield soil culture technology. The course is divided into two parts: tomato varieties and soil culture technology.Tomato is one of the most important vegetable crops in the world, providing essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. There are many varieties of tomato, varying in size, color, shape, and taste. The selection of a cultivar depends on market demand, consumer preference, growing conditions, disease resistance, and seed quality.The soil culture technology of tomato cultivation is also essential to achieve high yields. The technology includes greenhouse construction, cultivation schedule, seedling culture, soil preparation, transplanting, plant density, irrigation, fertilization, training and pruning, pollination, environment control, and disease and pest control.This course provides detailed information on each aspect of soil culture technology, including recommended practices and machinery. Additionally, the course includes an overview of soilless tomato cultivation, including its advantages and disadvantages.This course is suitable for anyone interested in growing tomatoes, from hobbyists to professional farmers. The techniques and practices outlined in this course can be applied to both small and large-scale tomato cultivation, with the potential for significant yield increases.