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Taking off extra tomato branches
My grandfather's family were farmers in Europe. When they settled in NJ, they also farmed. My grandfather said that he learned to take off some of the auxiliary branches from the tomato plant (the branches that have no blossoms and serve no purpose).
As an added bonus, he used to stick those auxiliary branches in the ground and he said that they often rooted, making more plants!
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