Hi Guys Well today started out with taking some of my dahlias which I grew from seed and some of my overwintered geraniums to a couple… Read more “Just Another Day At The Plant!”
How To Support/Stake Your Tomato Plants
It is very important to support your indeterminate tomato plants because they will grow tall and without support will fall over and any fruits growing will be more prone to disease from the damp soil. The easiest way to support or stake your plant is to use bamboo canes, string or even a fruit cage. This video shows you how easy it is to stake your tomato plants in order for you to have strong healthy plants that are easily managed.
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How to side shoot, pinch out, sucker, prune your tomato plants
The most important part of growing Indeterminate (Cordon) Tomato Plants is to control the amount of vines that will grow. Some tomato plants will produce more shoots than are needed and if not controlled will grow like a vine with lots and lots of lush green leaves but very few fruits (tomatoes). In order to make sure the tomato plant grows in a controlled way and you get lots of healthy tomatoes you need to side shoot, pinch out, prune your plant. This video shows you in detail what needs to be done in order to grow a strong healthy plant that has 1 large stem and hopefully lots of tomatoes.
I will be telling you about the problems that can occur with your plants over the next few days………and how most of them can be resolved by following a few simple steps so please stay tunned.
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