Cluster aka On-the-Vine aka Stem Tomatoes – the ones that are some still attached to the vine. Find out how they’re grown from one of the masters as Jon Steffy from ProduceGeek.com does a Q & A with Carl Mastronardi of Del Fresco Produce at one of his greenhouses in Leamington, Ontario, Canada – just of the northern shores of Lake Erie. These tomato plants produce fruit from spring through early with vines that can serpentine up to 50 feet long inside 24 foot high greenhouses. They’re fed fertilizers through the water that is continuously cleaned and recycled. To minimize pesticide use, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is used, introducing “good” bugs that will eat the “bad” bugs that could damage the tomato plants. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrowing Tomatoes In Greenhouses – Hanging Basket TomatoesVegetables grown in potsFive College Farms tour of the organic hydroponic heirloom tomato greenhousesAyurvet ProGreen Hydroponic Machine – Soilless Technology for Agriculture ProduceGarden Dice Review – with the Game Boy GeekThe Future of Farming: Hydroponic Tomatoes
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