Tomato plants support

Discover innovative ways to support your tomato plants for a bountiful harvest. Explore top ideas for sturdy, functional, and visually appealing tomato plant supports that will help your plants thrive.
130K views · 6.6K likes | Chris Chung | Plants and Gardening on Instagram: "Tall tomatoes: PART 2. Once you have your tall structure set up, you’re basically all set to go! [see Part 1 for more info on my setup]    🧶 Now it’s time to suspend the string that will help guide and support your indeterminate tomatoes. I keep it pretty simple: sections of jute twine (strong sisal or nylon works as well) are secured onto the top beam using a lark’s head knot and then suspended down towards each tomato plant.    ✂️ The length of jute needed for each plant: I double the height of the structure (the lark’s head knot I use naturally “doubles” the twine) and then add a couple of feet extra feet for any adjustments.    🪢 Once the twine is secured at the top, guide each one down towards the base of th Instagram, Tomato Plants, Tomato Plants Support, Tomato Garden, Tomato Support, Growing Tomatoes, Plant Supports, Gardening Tips, Garden Tips

130K views · 6.6K likes | Chris Chung | Plants and Gardening on Instagram: "Tall tomatoes: PART 2. Once you have your tall structure set up, you’re basically all set to go! [see Part 1 for more info on my setup] 🧶 Now it’s time to suspend the string that will help guide and support your indeterminate tomatoes. I keep it pretty simple: sections of jute twine (strong sisal or nylon works as well) are secured onto the top beam using a lark’s head knot and then suspended down towards each…

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Ivana Živanić
90K views · 2.5K likes | Tara on Instagram: "Planting Tomatoes on a Bamboo Trellis 🍅 First, build your trellis! (Check out my post on how to do that.) Burying your tomato stems like this will encourage better root systems and stronger plants. I plant on both sides of my trellis, one plant for each post.  1. Dig a hole in the center of the trellis at each post  2. The hole should be angled, becoming shallower as it reaches the post  3. Place the tomato seedling in so that it lays almost horizontal on the ground  4. Snip off any branches below the soil level  5. Fill in the hole  6. Wait one or two days for the tomato plant to turn itself toward the sky. Tie it (gently) to the post. I like to use strips of soft fabric like from a t-shirt.  Happy planting, friends!" How To Stake Tomato Plants, Tomato Cage Trellis, Tomato Trellis Ideas Diy, Vegetable Garden Trellis, Tomato Trellis Diy, Trellis For Tomato Plants, Tomato Garden Trellis, Diy Tomato Trellis, Staking Tomato Plants

90K views · 2.5K likes | Tara on Instagram: "Planting Tomatoes on a Bamboo Trellis 🍅 First, build your trellis! (Check out my post on how to do that.) Burying your tomato stems like this will encourage better root systems and stronger plants. I plant on both sides of my trellis, one plant for each post. 1. Dig a hole in the center of the trellis at each post 2. The hole should be angled, becoming shallower as it reaches the post 3. Place the tomato seedling in so that it lays almost…

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Justina Fulmer