Added by on 2020-01-21

This year I have backed off from pruning my tomato plants”military style”, and I have allowed the bottom leaves to die on the vines before removing them. This strategy to my surprise increases the sweetness of the tomatoes incredibly! In the process of turning brown, the bottom leaves release nutrients to the rest of the plant increasing the sweetness of the fruit. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to grow tomatoes on a Tower GardenCan you grow tomatoes, peppers and other fruiting crops in a Tower Garden? | True GardenUpdate on Tower Garden and Container TomatoesGARDEN BARREL GROW TOWERPatio & Deck Raised Bed Container Gardening Grow Vegetable Garden Food Small Spaces Tomatoes HerbsStrawberry Tower DIY : How To Grow Strawberry In Vertical Garden At Home.

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  • Andreas Moyseos 9 months ago

    Thank you for these videos. You note on your website that aeroponics may not be the best way to grow tomatoes commercially. Any developments that change this?

  • Momtaz Garden 9 months ago

    Bumper production, thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Dennis Moritz 9 months ago

    Great tip

  • TheCornBanana 9 months ago

    Looks good man