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To Late to Train???

Post  scmelik on 7/14/2011, 1:16 pm

I had to leave my garden for about a month and did not get my trellis finished before I left. Well I got back and my garden that was barely growing is now a jungle, things got HUGE!!! Well my tomato plants are kind of wanting to take over the entire garden.

Is it to late bother with trying to train them to vine or should I go ahead and finish it up and start working them on there?

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Post  Goosegirl on 7/14/2011, 9:35 pm

If you're going to try to train them, you better get on it before this heat wave that is going to shoot them to the stars!

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Post  scmelik on 7/14/2011, 9:37 pm

@Goosegirl wrote:If you're going to try to train them, you better get on it before this heat wave that is going to shoot them to the stars!

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sounds like I got a project for tomorrow. I can't even figure out which plant is which right now. I really need to get in there and trim the suckers but I'm not sure I can get in there haha.

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Post  Goosegirl on 7/15/2011, 9:01 am

@scmelik wrote:
@Goosegirl wrote:If you're going to try to train them, you better get on it before this heat wave that is going to shoot them to the stars!

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sounds like I got a project for tomorrow. I can't even figure out which plant is which right now. I really need to get in there and trim the suckers but I'm not sure I can get in there haha.

Mine seem to know who is trellised and who is not! The trellised ones are growing well, but the ones that I have not finished trellises for are growing like Jack's Beanstalk. I have to finish my last few trellises tonight and get those 'weeds' trained before I end up with tomatoes trailing across the neighbor's lawn!
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