How To Prune Tomatoes For Earlier Harvests, Higher Yields & Healthier Plants… – Eco Snippets

How To Prune Tomatoes For Earlier Harvests, Higher Yields & Healthier Plants…

How To Prune Tomatoes For Earlier Harvests, Higher Yields & Healthier Plants...

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In this short video, you’ll learn how to prune (indeterminate) tomato plants for earlier harvests, higher yields & healthier plants…

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Thanks man. Exactly what I needed to know

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Adrian Turnbull Lara Vaccar

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Wonderful.. thanks!

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luke Luke Seabrook something for you

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Who didn’t know this? It’s called suckering.

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    Not everyone is a seasoned gardener. Every year new people take on the joy of growing things…give them a break.

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    I’m not a farmer but I’m old!

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Janet Sturgess

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Same with all the nightshade family- ie do the same thing with aubergines….

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Soniya Devi Yambem

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    The possums love tomatoes ??

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Lori! Not that you need any help with your green thumb… ?

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