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    • Shanna Briano

      Great site for growing tomatoes!! Planting tomato plants on their side encourages a good root system.

    • Linda White

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    • Traci Edwards

      Planting tomato plants on their side encourages a good root system. I have always done this and it works. Makes for a much sturdier plant.

    • Panda Klenk

      Planting tomato plants on their side encourages a strong root system

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