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    Prune Tomato Suckers and Bottom Leaves

  • Jodi White

    how to grow tomatoes

  • Nicole Capuana

    perfect tomatoes part two- companion plants: Tomatoes like the company of basil, parsley, bush beans, mint, nasturtium, marigolds, garlic,

  • Loretta J Dotson Valdez

    Tomatoes like the company of basil, parsley, bush beans, mint, nasturtium, marigolds, garlic, and leafy vegetables. The herbs and flowers attract beneficial insects that prey on tomato pests and the leafy vegetables love the shade that tomato plants provide when summer is at its most extreme.

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