Posts Tagged ‘pruning tomatoes’

If you are growing standard tomato plants keep an eye out for side shoots this month. 

Side shoots will take nutrients from the main plant and will reduce your crop of tomatoes.Pinch them out when they are around an inch or so long. 

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If you are growing singe-stemmed tomato plants don’t forget to cut them off at the top as soon as they have around 5 trusses of flowers. 

This will allow to the plant to put its energy into growing and ripening the existing fruits and will produce a good harvest.

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