Q.Growing Cherry Tomato\\\’s For The 1st Time (gardeners Delight) Do I Have To Remove The Side Shoots As It Does Not Say On The
tick et , where as on the sungold cherry tomato ticket it tells me to remove the side shoots, I dont want to mess my chance of success up, please can you help?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
When it doubt, leave it. Once the plant it mature, and in full flower, then you can remove any instances of new growth. Prune after the first harvest, lightly, then let new suckers take over.
During fruit set and late flowering, you don't want them sapping precious nutrients.
Here is an article that will give you a good run-down of information on growing tomatoes, successfully: