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Re: does one pinch tomatoes?

In a message dated 4/30/07 12:45:13 PM, pulis@mindspring.com writes:

> I use large cages made of concrete reinforcing wire

This is the same method I use however my cages are 1 1/2 times the width of
the wire because the plants get so tall.
     I tried wallsbof-water for the first time last year but I think I left
them on to long as I thought the stem was not as strong as usual.   I am going
back to my old method of toping the newly planted with a mlk jug with the
bottom cut out for several days.   We have so much wind to plant I can not
with no protection.
     Cyndi, do you mulch?

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