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When you prune tomatoes, you give indeterminate plants a better chance at producing a big, healthy harvest. Find out when and how to prune.


Apr 29, 2016 ... Sometimes the tomato plants in our gardens get so large and so unwieldy that you can't help but wonder "Should I prune my tomato plants?


A properly pruned and supported single-stem tomato plant presents all of its leaves to the sun. Most of the sugar produced is directed to the developing fruit, ...


Sep 22, 2017 ... Some controversy exists over whether or not tomato plants should be pruned, and the reality is that if you don't, it really will not cause problems.

May 15, 2014 ... Our favorite tomato variety: http://amzn.to/2b9MKXC Should you prune Indeterminate or Determinate tomato plants or both? Where does a ...


Oct 26, 2016 ... In all of the advice about how to prune tomato plants, it seems to be a given that you MUST prune them. The good news is that you really don't ...


Gardener's Supply -- Left on their own, tomatoes will grow into shrubby, multi- stemmed plants that topple under the weight of their fruit. Proper pruning will help  ...


Mar 2, 2012 ... Pruning tomatoes encourages larger fruit production at the top of the plant. It also opens up heavy, dense foliage at the bottom of the plant, ...


If you want tomatoes that have less disease, provide earlier harvests and produce more fruit you should be pruning your tomato plants.