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Planted out a heap more winter greens before the rain. Kale,collards,cabbage,brocolli and caulis. Tomatoes are powering along.

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Comment by Doug Hanning on June 15, 2020 at 17:24

Yeah Christa, I used stakes at first and I do have clips just have not got around to putting more on. As I was thinning leaf branches I wrapped them a few times. Am getting some good trusses set. This pic is of the sweet100's

Comment by Christa on June 15, 2020 at 16:25

Everything growing well, tomatoes very green. You seem to have started your string on wooden stakes. Do you intend to circle wrap your main stem on the twine?

Have you seen the clip that clips on to the twine first and then onto the stem.

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