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i have found a couple of times now that my tomato plant has suckers with flower clusters on it.....i have pulled them off....but wondering if i should be doing that or not.....the plant is a rainbow....i bought it from our school plant sale....it has 4 an
Hi all. Quick question. A friend of mine this weekend asked if I could give her a cutting from my black krim tomato plant. Last year I know that I successfully rooted cuttings from tomatoes, but those cuttings were suckers. I happen to have pinched off
Do Brandywines typically produce low amounts of fruit? There is only one fruit on a 3-1/2ft. tall plant. Right next to it is a mortgage lifter, roma and superweet 100's all about the same height yet producing lots of fruit.
hello to all. Glad to be part of this group. Neat stuff on here. Anyway...I have built up 6 raised 4 x 8 beds in my old garden spot as I always had issues with standing water and thought this would be my answer. So far I think that is still a good
The first tomatoes I put in were in walls o water and are now huge. I failed to properly prune the suckers at the base of the plants and some have 4 or 5 over a foot long, some already fruiting. I'm fast running out of space on the trellis. I've cut on
Howdy Folks: I have seen several posts from SFGers talking about rooting tomato suckers for new plants. The following link has some good
I think I may have nipped off the top of one of my tomato plants while trying to get all the suckers off. I thought it was just an overgrown one. ...so my question is, have I ruined the tomato plant? This gardening is harder than I thought it would be.