If you grow tomatoes in your garden every summer then you know you can prune them to get larger tomatoes and bigger harvest from them. We also usually end up with a bunch of green tomatoes at the end of the season.
With this tip of cutting the top of the plant off at the right time you can get almost all of your tomatoes to ripen before you have to pick them due to frost. Jeanie Rose shares when and how on Fresh Bites Daily.
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