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  • Cooperative Community

    Prune Tomatoes: 1.Remove all suckers and leaves below the first flower cluster. 2.Allow four or five fruit bearing trusses to grow from the stem, 3.Remove leaves. 4.Top the plant.

  • Holly Bishop

    How to prune tomato plants

  • Barbara Arlington

    When growing tomatoes, if you want the best flavor and the maximum yield, you are going to have to learn how to properly prune. Here are the steps. Prune Tomatoes

  • Saving Shepherd

    This is a nice FREE listing of tomato varieties put out by Penn State - Very useful when planning this year's garden. #garden #tomato #gardenplan

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