Tomato Growing Tip | A simple little tip that will help your tomato plants thrive!
This is my very first post on Word Press!
I know, I know. It’s about time I switched over right?
The thing is . . . . I hate learning new things. Like really really loathe it.
It’s kind of a small miracle I don’t still have a flip phone.
Thank goodness my wonderful husband Nathan is a pro at all things technology and smoothly transitioned me to Word Press. It’s kind of a testimony to our marriage and my faith in him that we got through the transition with zero fights and no tantrums for me.
Though I did go take a nap when things went live.
It was either that or throw up.
Are you like me? Do you hate learning new things too?
Lucky for you, I have a fun little gardening tip today that won’t even feel like learning something new.
And it will help your tomato plants grow better!
I got this tip from a good friend of mine at the beginning of last summer, and it for sure helped us yield more tomatoes than we ever had before.
So here’s what you do. See this Y shaped arm of the tomato?
See how it’s got like a scraggly little arm pit hair?
Go and just snap that off. Your plant will be so much happier because it can use it’s energy elsewhere.
Wondering what to do if that scraggly arm pit hair has some blooms on it?
My personal opinion is go for it, but I know that can be sad.
Looking for more tomato plant tips? I found this great resource from Organic Gardening.
Want some great recipes to use your tomotoes in?