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QUESTION: Tomato Trusses Keep on Growing

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I am growing indeterminate Ardwyna Paste tomatoes. The end of the bottom fruit trusses keeps on growing and producing more leaf and flowers. Should this tip growth be suppressed like leaf-axil suckers?

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WhatsTheMuck writes: Should have clarified that pinching back on almost anything should encourage BUSHIER, stronger new growth, not just new growth.
Posted: 5:47 pm on July 24th
WhatsTheMuck writes: VG community, please correct if I'm wrong, but I believe that this is the nature of indeterminate plants. Pinching back on almost anything should encourage new growth, but if the growth is along a main growing stem, it seems that this is normal indeterminate tomato behavior. Just provide the appropriate support and fertilizer to support the extended growth.
Posted: 5:44 pm on July 24th
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