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Speaking of indeterminate Tomatoes...

Post  hruten on 7/15/2012, 4:21 pm

I think I made a mistake this year. I put indeterminate cherry tomatoes (sweet 100s) in my topsy turvy planters. Rolling Eyes Are the indeterminate cherry tomatoes supposed to be pruned and trellised/strung like their full size counterparts?

The plants are healthy and have LOTS of green cherry tomatoes on them, but they are WILD growing. I have been tying up the stems to support the plant better. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Speaking of indeterminate Tomatoes...

Post  chjbr63 on 7/15/2012, 8:39 pm

My third year growing indeterminate cherry in upside down bucket. They say they will grow down after the fruit forms but I always tie it up for support. It is a little hard to see but in this picture my cherry tomato is hanging in the middle. I have a string running the length of the deck and wrap the main stem on it. I do some pruning but tie up some of the suckers.

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