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Topic: Tomato Trees
Post By Ontario Gardening ID: 2966
Sat, May 3 at 08:17:55 EDT
Tomato Trees
I am raising tomato tree(yes, trees) and they are all currently between 4-6 feet in height. I water everyday, using miracle gro about twice per week, prune the suckers regularly, transplant when needed to larger pots. The only problem I'm having is that one broke about 3/4 of the way up. I had to cut the plant (now about 3 ft in length). Is there anything I can use to cover the cut end or should I just leave it?

Any good tips on raising tomatoes...send em my way.

Thanks!
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Posted By Ontario Gardening ID:2125
Thu, May 8 at 10:28:48 EDT
Re: Tomato Trees
I generally pinch of the tips of the upward growing ends as well as the suckers to keep them shorter so they don't break. Are these special tomato plants/trees? Sorry, I don't know of anything to seal the ends. how about something basic like candle wax? I use that on cuts on my trees to keep bugs out.

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