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Growing Tomatoes from Cuttings

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This is a guide about growing tomatoes from cuttings. An inexpensive way to multiply your tomato plants can be by rooting tomato plant cuttings.


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August 31, 2016

When growing tomatoes people suggest you remove the suckers that grow at the elbow of the plant. I did this early this summer, but instead of tossing the suckers, I put them in a small glass of water. Slowly they developed threadlike roots. When the roots were hardier, I planted them in the garden and these were the tomatoes that I am harvesting now. Some look like babies in blankets.

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Wow! That is a great idea! Makes perfect sense too!


They are little plants waiting to grow! You can multiple your garden cheaply this way! Genius!

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September 1, 20161 found this helpful

I have never heard of this tomato. They look as if they might be similar to a Roma. Tell us how they taste, or do you just use them for sauces?

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September 2, 20161 found this helpful

These are the type of tomatoes the Italian cook Lidia uses on TV. They are similar to Roma tomatoes and are excellent for sauces. I think the second generation plants I grew are more bountiful than the first plant.

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September 4, 20160 found this helpful

Last March, I have grown tomatoes in our backyard but I usually buy the seedlings in the market instead of growing them from seeds. I thinks its more practical but you cannot just choose the variety. Here is the tomato I grow in our backyard.

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