Tomatoes do not like laying on the ground. When they lie on the ground, the fruit can spoil, you can get more bugs, and even the leaves may rot faster. That is why most of us will put a cage on the plants in order to keep them propped up. But, what if you don’t have the room for a cage? Trellising tomatoes up is a simple way of tying the tomatoes to a support above the plant instead of surrounding it.
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