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    Tomato cage built from concrete reinforcing panel and painted green. Much sturdier than those cages from the big box stores.

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    Tomato cage

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    How to Make a Strong Tomato Cage Small, conical tomato cages don't work for most heirloom tomato plants. The cages typically seen at most nurseries simply don't do the trick. A healthy tomato plant can achieve heights of 10 and 12 feet or more. Those ineffectual store-bought cages end up falling over, laden with fruit, and creating a big mess in the garden. We make our cages out of concrete reinforcing wire, also known as concrete mesh.

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    How-To: Tornado Tomato Cage Fascinating These worked pretty well and they looked cool. A couple tomato plants went kind of crazy and one of the cages must not have been hammered down enough cause it tipped part way over, but still probably did better than a regular wire one would have.

    Tomato cage

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    Tomato Cage - Use 60-inch, 6x6-inch welded concrete reinforcement wire to build tomato cages.

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    Great tips for growing big luscious tomatoes

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    Polyculture: Brandwine tomatoes sharing space with multiple varieties of cucumber (which also climb the tomato cages) They are underplanted with oca (Oxalis tuberosa), which does not get harvested (dug) until well have the tomatoes and cukes have been removed. Salt of the Earth Farm


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