Our tomatoes have kicked into high gear at the urban test plot and it is time to start pruning. Tomato pruning can be a bit of a conundrum for many gardeners. How much do I cut? Which branches do I prune?
To get the largest harvest it is important to increase airflow between your plants and remove any foliage that is diverting nutrients from the place you want it the most. Airflow equals less disease. Check out this video for a detailed description on how to increase productivity and reduce insect damage or disease. Enjoy!

How To Prune Tomato Plants: In 3 Easy & Important Steps



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