A client recently asked for help on how to prune tomatoes for late-season production. It’s August and those tomatoes are starting to (or already do) look like hell.
If your tomato plants are still alive, there’s hope for a late-season crop, if you live where summers stretch into October. Follow these guidelines, feed your crops, and cross your fingers for more sweet tomatoes before fall planting time.
How to Prune Tomatoes for Late-Season Production
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