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How can my tomato became like these?

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I need some tomato factories

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how I typically espalier single tomato plants that have self-seeded in the garden by making a simple mini trellis from reo mesh and a star picket.

ExperienceSelf Sufficient Me Published the article • 0 comments • 152 views • 2017-09-27 16:14 • came from similar tags

 

 
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today I'm like from self-sufficient me and I'm in the garden here I was just working on this mini tomato trellis and I thought you know what what I'd do some filming you guys might be interested in what I'm doing here and yeah let's just get right on into it a month ago or so there was this seedling that just popped up out of nowhere tomato seedling this is it here it's grown into quite a nice sizable tomato bush it looks like it's some type of larger variety what I need to do is trellis it up it's only one plant and I thought I'd show you how easy it is to knock up one of these many espalier tomato trellises just out of Rio mesh and a simple star picket the end of the day it's pretty easy yeah yeah whack the star pick it into the ground so it's you know fairly sold maybe a better foot down so it won't fall over too easy and I've got these smaller pieces of mesh just for individual plants like this just cut out and I've folded the sides over so that they're you know that I poked anyone's eye out when they're sort of getting in the garden it's only about a meter wide three feet or less than that and about the same square high well I like about this rear mesh is it's strong it lasts forever this is probably 10 years old this piece or more on the top of these stuff it gets you know how you have a slot from where normal wire goes when you're doing fencing well the Rio bar or the Rio mesh just fits nicely into that and if you line up the star picket with the center of the mesh just use a couple of zip ties or a piece of wire if you want but zip ties are nice and easy to get on and off you zip it together at the top together at the bottom through these holes here in the star picket and it becomes quite ace secure and fast way to set up a mini trellis so what I've got to do now is just pick this tomato plant up and attach it to the trellis so that it can grow and espalier out and of course if you leave it just flop into the garden like this it's just the fruits going to right because it's going to touch the green and slugs and snails will be able to get to the fruit easier so it's best off picking a plant up like this and obviously growing it up something as with most tomato plants use some of this twine that I've got here just blue gardening twine it degrades in the Sun after a while and I will tie the plant up to this and we'll see how we go so this is the main central leader and I'll try to centralize that main leader up the strongest part here so that the weight is distributed in the middle so you basically want to tie a knot that doesn't slip so a non-slip granny knot so that it doesn't shake the bottom of the stem off and we'll just start wrapping that through and twisting it around the main leader stem careful that I don't burn the plant or cut through it going in between the laterals the laterals will help support the twine as well though that what twine doesn't slide up it's bending over because of the position it's in he doesn't know which way to gray because it wasn't being supported in in any way at all the way it was so this will help straighten that leader stem up as well there we go now I can easily pull that up see right up to the top here go around and cut off any diseased leaves I can see and now I've got that secondary that I can that's all so you can see starting to curl around because it was going nowhere it was just sort of spiraling in the bed here it's still gonna grow out that way so I'll keep it sort of going on that trajectory another one on the other side here got some good fruit there what I'll do is I'll trim that it looks a bit bushy and train that up this side see even the kookaburras are happy and then pull that up and that'll train up to that and that's pretty much it nice and short keep it simple that plant there was myself cedar came out of nowhere I don't know how it got to that part of the garden but I'm glad I kept it because I'm interested to see how this fruit turns out looks like it's going to be a really nice variety and this is the right time for tomatoes now coming into our spring although we can grow them through winter and I do but they don't grow as well as this warmer time of the year is you're coming into spring before summer hits so I'm keen to see how this one works out I think it's going to be a good plant yeah thanks a lot for watching hope you enjoyed the video if you did give it a thumbs up go to self-sufficient muqaam subscribe obviously if you haven't already bye for now
 
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today I'm like from self-sufficient me and I'm in the garden here I was just working on this mini tomato trellis and I thought you know what what I'd do some filming you guys might be interested in what I'm doing here and yeah let's just get right on into it a month ago or so there was this seedling that just popped up out of nowhere tomato seedling this is it here it's grown into quite a nice sizable tomato bush it looks like it's some type of larger variety what I need to do is trellis it up it's only one plant and I thought I'd show you how easy it is to knock up one of these many espalier tomato trellises just out of Rio mesh and a simple star picket the end of the day it's pretty easy yeah yeah whack the star pick it into the ground so it's you know fairly sold maybe a better foot down so it won't fall over too easy and I've got these smaller pieces of mesh just for individual plants like this just cut out and I've folded the sides over so that they're you know that I poked anyone's eye out when they're sort of getting in the garden it's only about a meter wide three feet or less than that and about the same square high well I like about this rear mesh is it's strong it lasts forever this is probably 10 years old this piece or more on the top of these stuff it gets you know how you have a slot from where normal wire goes when you're doing fencing well the Rio bar or the Rio mesh just fits nicely into that and if you line up the star picket with the center of the mesh just use a couple of zip ties or a piece of wire if you want but zip ties are nice and easy to get on and off you zip it together at the top together at the bottom through these holes here in the star picket and it becomes quite ace secure and fast way to set up a mini trellis so what I've got to do now is just pick this tomato plant up and attach it to the trellis so that it can grow and espalier out and of course if you leave it just flop into the garden like this it's just the fruits going to right because it's going to touch the green and slugs and snails will be able to get to the fruit easier so it's best off picking a plant up like this and obviously growing it up something as with most tomato plants use some of this twine that I've got here just blue gardening twine it degrades in the Sun after a while and I will tie the plant up to this and we'll see how we go so this is the main central leader and I'll try to centralize that main leader up the strongest part here so that the weight is distributed in the middle so you basically want to tie a knot that doesn't slip so a non-slip granny knot so that it doesn't shake the bottom of the stem off and we'll just start wrapping that through and twisting it around the main leader stem careful that I don't burn the plant or cut through it going in between the laterals the laterals will help support the twine as well though that what twine doesn't slide up it's bending over because of the position it's in he doesn't know which way to gray because it wasn't being supported in in any way at all the way it was so this will help straighten that leader stem up as well there we go now I can easily pull that up see right up to the top here go around and cut off any diseased leaves I can see and now I've got that secondary that I can that's all so you can see starting to curl around because it was going nowhere it was just sort of spiraling in the bed here it's still gonna grow out that way so I'll keep it sort of going on that trajectory another one on the other side here got some good fruit there what I'll do is I'll trim that it looks a bit bushy and train that up this side see even the kookaburras are happy and then pull that up and that'll train up to that and that's pretty much it nice and short keep it simple that plant there was myself cedar came out of nowhere I don't know how it got to that part of the garden but I'm glad I kept it because I'm interested to see how this fruit turns out looks like it's going to be a really nice variety and this is the right time for tomatoes now coming into our spring although we can grow them through winter and I do but they don't grow as well as this warmer time of the year is you're coming into spring before summer hits so I'm keen to see how this one works out I think it's going to be a good plant yeah thanks a lot for watching hope you enjoyed the video if you did give it a thumbs up go to self-sufficient muqaam subscribe obviously if you haven't already bye for now
 
 
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How can my tomato became like these?

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QuestionsMohdtariq replied • 2 people followed • 1 replies • 245 views • 2017-12-16 20:59 • came from similar tags

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What's wrong with my tomato, how to cure this kind of disease?

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QuestionsWilliam Post a question • 0 people followed • 0 replies • 263 views • 2017-12-06 22:52 • came from similar tags

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I need some tomato factories

Buyer Quotesokra Published the article • 0 comments • 176 views • 2017-10-01 20:25 • came from similar tags

I need some tomato factories
Phone:+8618709920515
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Phone:+8618709920515
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how I typically espalier single tomato plants that have self-seeded in the garden by making a simple mini trellis from reo mesh and a star picket.

ExperienceSelf Sufficient Me Published the article • 0 comments • 152 views • 2017-09-27 16:14 • came from similar tags

 

 
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today I'm like from self-sufficient me and I'm in the garden here I was just working on this mini tomato trellis and I thought you know what what I'd do some filming you guys might be interested in what I'm doing here and yeah let's just get right on into it a month ago or so there was this seedling that just popped up out of nowhere tomato seedling this is it here it's grown into quite a nice sizable tomato bush it looks like it's some type of larger variety what I need to do is trellis it up it's only one plant and I thought I'd show you how easy it is to knock up one of these many espalier tomato trellises just out of Rio mesh and a simple star picket the end of the day it's pretty easy yeah yeah whack the star pick it into the ground so it's you know fairly sold maybe a better foot down so it won't fall over too easy and I've got these smaller pieces of mesh just for individual plants like this just cut out and I've folded the sides over so that they're you know that I poked anyone's eye out when they're sort of getting in the garden it's only about a meter wide three feet or less than that and about the same square high well I like about this rear mesh is it's strong it lasts forever this is probably 10 years old this piece or more on the top of these stuff it gets you know how you have a slot from where normal wire goes when you're doing fencing well the Rio bar or the Rio mesh just fits nicely into that and if you line up the star picket with the center of the mesh just use a couple of zip ties or a piece of wire if you want but zip ties are nice and easy to get on and off you zip it together at the top together at the bottom through these holes here in the star picket and it becomes quite ace secure and fast way to set up a mini trellis so what I've got to do now is just pick this tomato plant up and attach it to the trellis so that it can grow and espalier out and of course if you leave it just flop into the garden like this it's just the fruits going to right because it's going to touch the green and slugs and snails will be able to get to the fruit easier so it's best off picking a plant up like this and obviously growing it up something as with most tomato plants use some of this twine that I've got here just blue gardening twine it degrades in the Sun after a while and I will tie the plant up to this and we'll see how we go so this is the main central leader and I'll try to centralize that main leader up the strongest part here so that the weight is distributed in the middle so you basically want to tie a knot that doesn't slip so a non-slip granny knot so that it doesn't shake the bottom of the stem off and we'll just start wrapping that through and twisting it around the main leader stem careful that I don't burn the plant or cut through it going in between the laterals the laterals will help support the twine as well though that what twine doesn't slide up it's bending over because of the position it's in he doesn't know which way to gray because it wasn't being supported in in any way at all the way it was so this will help straighten that leader stem up as well there we go now I can easily pull that up see right up to the top here go around and cut off any diseased leaves I can see and now I've got that secondary that I can that's all so you can see starting to curl around because it was going nowhere it was just sort of spiraling in the bed here it's still gonna grow out that way so I'll keep it sort of going on that trajectory another one on the other side here got some good fruit there what I'll do is I'll trim that it looks a bit bushy and train that up this side see even the kookaburras are happy and then pull that up and that'll train up to that and that's pretty much it nice and short keep it simple that plant there was myself cedar came out of nowhere I don't know how it got to that part of the garden but I'm glad I kept it because I'm interested to see how this fruit turns out looks like it's going to be a really nice variety and this is the right time for tomatoes now coming into our spring although we can grow them through winter and I do but they don't grow as well as this warmer time of the year is you're coming into spring before summer hits so I'm keen to see how this one works out I think it's going to be a good plant yeah thanks a lot for watching hope you enjoyed the video if you did give it a thumbs up go to self-sufficient muqaam subscribe obviously if you haven't already bye for now
 
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today I'm like from self-sufficient me and I'm in the garden here I was just working on this mini tomato trellis and I thought you know what what I'd do some filming you guys might be interested in what I'm doing here and yeah let's just get right on into it a month ago or so there was this seedling that just popped up out of nowhere tomato seedling this is it here it's grown into quite a nice sizable tomato bush it looks like it's some type of larger variety what I need to do is trellis it up it's only one plant and I thought I'd show you how easy it is to knock up one of these many espalier tomato trellises just out of Rio mesh and a simple star picket the end of the day it's pretty easy yeah yeah whack the star pick it into the ground so it's you know fairly sold maybe a better foot down so it won't fall over too easy and I've got these smaller pieces of mesh just for individual plants like this just cut out and I've folded the sides over so that they're you know that I poked anyone's eye out when they're sort of getting in the garden it's only about a meter wide three feet or less than that and about the same square high well I like about this rear mesh is it's strong it lasts forever this is probably 10 years old this piece or more on the top of these stuff it gets you know how you have a slot from where normal wire goes when you're doing fencing well the Rio bar or the Rio mesh just fits nicely into that and if you line up the star picket with the center of the mesh just use a couple of zip ties or a piece of wire if you want but zip ties are nice and easy to get on and off you zip it together at the top together at the bottom through these holes here in the star picket and it becomes quite ace secure and fast way to set up a mini trellis so what I've got to do now is just pick this tomato plant up and attach it to the trellis so that it can grow and espalier out and of course if you leave it just flop into the garden like this it's just the fruits going to right because it's going to touch the green and slugs and snails will be able to get to the fruit easier so it's best off picking a plant up like this and obviously growing it up something as with most tomato plants use some of this twine that I've got here just blue gardening twine it degrades in the Sun after a while and I will tie the plant up to this and we'll see how we go so this is the main central leader and I'll try to centralize that main leader up the strongest part here so that the weight is distributed in the middle so you basically want to tie a knot that doesn't slip so a non-slip granny knot so that it doesn't shake the bottom of the stem off and we'll just start wrapping that through and twisting it around the main leader stem careful that I don't burn the plant or cut through it going in between the laterals the laterals will help support the twine as well though that what twine doesn't slide up it's bending over because of the position it's in he doesn't know which way to gray because it wasn't being supported in in any way at all the way it was so this will help straighten that leader stem up as well there we go now I can easily pull that up see right up to the top here go around and cut off any diseased leaves I can see and now I've got that secondary that I can that's all so you can see starting to curl around because it was going nowhere it was just sort of spiraling in the bed here it's still gonna grow out that way so I'll keep it sort of going on that trajectory another one on the other side here got some good fruit there what I'll do is I'll trim that it looks a bit bushy and train that up this side see even the kookaburras are happy and then pull that up and that'll train up to that and that's pretty much it nice and short keep it simple that plant there was myself cedar came out of nowhere I don't know how it got to that part of the garden but I'm glad I kept it because I'm interested to see how this fruit turns out looks like it's going to be a really nice variety and this is the right time for tomatoes now coming into our spring although we can grow them through winter and I do but they don't grow as well as this warmer time of the year is you're coming into spring before summer hits so I'm keen to see how this one works out I think it's going to be a good plant yeah thanks a lot for watching hope you enjoyed the video if you did give it a thumbs up go to self-sufficient muqaam subscribe obviously if you haven't already bye for now