How Far Apart to Plant Tomatoes?

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How far apart to plant tomatoes depends on whether you are staking, caging, or letting them sprawl and on the particular varietyÕs growth habit of dwarf, determinate, or indeterminate. For more information, visit: .
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Determinate tomatoes stop growing when they reach maturity. Determinate tomato plants need 1 1/2 to 3 feet of space between plants. Rows should be planted at least 4 feet apart. Indeterminate
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When planting tomato seedlings plant them at least 2 inches apart for
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I planted some a few seasons ago, I think its 7-9 inches apart. But that may be my carrots. It should say on the back of the packet you have though.
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