Florida weave for supporting tomatoes - genius! Karen has written a great article for tomato newbies, about removing suckers, pruning leaves, & tying up tomatoes.

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Florida weave Wrap twine around wooden middle stakes to the metal end and return, lowest row going in when plants start to fall over, second row as the plants grow taller

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There are two reasons to tie tomatoes, and there's a different tie for each one. Train the leader to grow upright with a loose, figure-eight tie. To support burgeoning fruit, loop a long tie above a fruit cluster, and tie it to the stake 6 to 10 inches higher. Loop the tie twice around the stake and tie it tightly so the tomatoes don't pull it down with their weight.

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How to Support Tomatoes - Vegetable Gardener, some of the best tomato info I've ever read...and I've been gardening a long time!

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tomato pruning diagram- i learn something new every year with my garden. my neighbor taught me this, a month ago.

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Staking tomato plants is an excellent way to improve the quality of the tomatoes you will harvest and helps to keep the tomato plants healthier. Finding the best way to stake tomatoes depends on a few factors found here.

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Staking Tomato Plants: Find The Best Way To Stake Tomatoes - Staking tomato plants is an excellent way to improve the quality of the tomatoes you will harvest and helps to keep the tomato plants healthier. Finding the best way to stake tomatoes depends on a few factors found here.

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Learn 5 different ways to stake tomatoes to keep them off the ground, healthy and full of tomatoes!

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