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    Grow Tomatoes in Cages < 6 Steps to a Successful Spring Garden -

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    tomato cages Grow Tomatoes in Cages An easy homemade cages has an organic look. HOW-TO: Set four 6-foot-long 2 x 2 redwood stakes 1 foot into the ground to form a 20- x 2-inch square; plant seedling in the center. As the plant grows, tie sisal twine around stakes every 6 inches.

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