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May 24, 2010 ... A quick video about caring for your growing tomato plants. http://www.container- gardening-for-food.com.

How to Prune Tomatoes for a Big Harvest - Bonnie Plants


How to Prune Tomatoes: removing suckers from tomato plants. Try to remove suckers while they're young and you can pinch them cleanly off. Photo by Julie ...

Pruning tomato plants for best tomato production - Tomato Dirt


Learn how pruning tomato plants can maximize the number, size, and flavor of ... Why pinch off or prune suckers? ... How to pinch off a sucker: “simple pruning”.

Should You Pinch Back Tomato Plants? | Home Guides | SF Gate


How and when you pinch tomato plants back depends on the type of tomato plants ... How to Pinch Off the Suckers on Tomato Plants · Should Petunias Be ...

How to Pinch Off the Suckers on Tomato Plants | Home Guides | SF ...


Tomato suckers can make the plant grow to an unmanageable, hard-to-support size. Each sucker grows into a main stem, or leader. To many leaders result in a ...

Tomato Plants: Leave the Little Suckers Alone - Tall Clover Farm


Garden myth: you should pinch tomatoes suckers (the growth between main ..... I usually plant my toms in a deep hole, pinch the lower leaves off, and then fill ...

Pruning Tomatoes | Fine Gardening


However, the rapid growth of a healthy tomato plant can also lead to problems. .... dealing with large suckers, it's better to pinch off just the tip than to cut off the ...

Pruning Tomatoes (National Gardening Association)


Pruning means pinching off the shoots or "suckers" that sprout from the stem in ... or trellised tomatoes, pinch off the suckers and just keep the energy of the plant ...

How do you pinch off the suckers on tomato plants? | Reference.com


Tomato Dirt recommends to gently grasp the base of the sucker between the thumb and forefinger and pinch or wiggle the sucker until it cleanly snaps to remove ...

How to Prune Tomatoes: 7 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow


When growing tomatoes, the ultimate goal is to help the plant yield as much ripe fruit as ... As for stems and leaves, not the suckers, growing below the first flower ... For indeterminate varieties, pinch off all but four or five fruit bearing trusses.