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December 7, 2010
9:49 pm
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GG, could you briefly explain when to prune tomatoes for

1. Determinate type - (do I have to top off the plant? or let it grow, as it may grow more tomatoes on the top)

2. Indeterminate type

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January 7, 2011
1:26 am

I found advice on pruning tomato for different items: If the pieces of tomato plant are well aware, you are ready to cut. Please note that the mounting angle of the main branch of the brochure in sivuversosta or a sucker to grow. Pruning is simply to eliminate those side shoots or suckers when they are 3-4 inches long. Suckers can be easily removed by gripping with the thumb and forefinger and pull outwards and downwards. Do not remove the suction cups with a knife, as viruses can be easily sent to another institution.

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