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How to Prune Tomatoes for a Big Harvest - Bonnie Plants

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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 ...

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Jun 3, 2012 ... Zone - 6b My opinions and some facts about suckers ,how to identify a ... YOU WOULD PULL THE SUCKER OFF IS IF THE TOMATO PLANT IS ...

Pruning Tomatoes | Fine Gardening

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The leaves of a pruned and supported plant dry off faster, so bacterial and fungal ... Determinate tomatoes need no pruning other than removing all suckers ...

Should You Prune Out Tomato Suckers? - Gardening - About.com

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Tomato suckers, or side shoots, can become another main stem with branches, flowers, fruit and more suckers of their own. Sometimes that's good, sometimes ...

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

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See Step 1 to learn when and how to prune a tomato plant. ... Thicker suckers should not be snapped off, since this could damage the whole plant. If it's thicker  ...

Pruning tomato plants for best tomato production - Tomato Dirt

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Suckers are new branches that grow out of the tomato's main stem, just above a leaf ... When you prune suckers, plants invest less energy in producing extra ...

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

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Garden myth: you should pinch tomatoes suckers (the growth between main stems and the ... Years ago a friend's mother told me I HAD to pinch off the suckers. .... Hi Jennifer, I've never found pruning necessary for my tomato plants no matter ...

De-Suckering My Tomatoes - A Garden for the House

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May 23, 2012 ... For healthy plants and large, high-quality tomatoes, those suckers ought to go: ... Kevin, I'm going to go out today and prune off those suckers.

How to Prune a Tomato - Harvest to Table

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Apr 28, 2009 ... Here are six good reasons to prune tomatoes: To grow more flavorful ... In the simple pruning method, you pinch out any sucker or shoot sucker ...

Pruning Your Tomato Plant: A Suckers Guide to Removing Suckers ...

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Jul 16, 2010 ... How to easily prune your tomato plant and remove suckers...sucker. ... A sucker is off-shoot growth that grows where the stem and a branch of ...

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You Bet Your Garden - Pruning Tomatoes: Who's the 'Sucker' Here?

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---Miriam in Lower Gwynedd, PA Should some of the shoots on tomato plants ... out there suggesting that selective removal of suckers will improve the health ...

Tomato Plant Suckers: What Are Suckers On A Tomato Plant

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Apr 30, 2016 ... Tomato plant suckers is a term that can leave a new gardener scratching his ... But, there are pros and cons to the practice of pruning tomato plant suckers, ... and problems before you start taking tomato suckers off your plant.

Should you prune your tomato plants? : TreeHugger

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Aug 7, 2012 ... Does pruning tomatoes result in a better harvest of delicious tomatoes? ... The best time to prune suckers off of your plant is when they are ...