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indeterminate tomatoes

Indeterminate tomatoes cutting back restart with flowering suckers. I live in the Arizona desert where summer temperatures stop the flowering of tomatoes. However, I am growing indeterminate types. I have been snipping off the suckers and am wondering come August is I can cut off the top single stems and use the flowering sucker as regrowth. I am using the Texas type growing style where I wrap strong twine around a single stem and let it climb up to a crossover support clipping off all suckers.

Currently certain suckers are flowering. Thank you for your consideration of my question.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 05/03/2016 @ 9:25 pm

Here are some links with more information.

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Here are some good warm weather varieties to maybe try!
Arkansas Travelor
Omar’s Lebanese
Heatwave II
Costoluto Genovese
Sun Master


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