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I'm trying to get more into tomatoes, I am going to retire next year or the year after and would like a hobby. I've had a small "sort of" garden the last couple of years, but my tomatoes aren't "WOW" worthy. I don't have too much space to rotate where I plant.

I am here to get help with how to condition my soil and the best cage for them to grow in.

That's all for now.

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Welcome to the forum, good to have you here. Hopefully some of our members can give you some advice. What is your location, may have something to do with it.......I have fairly good luck with tomatoes. I wouldn't call the WOW worthy either, but I get lots. Going to try some in raised beds this year for the first time.
 

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I think I need to test my soil to see where it's at. I started my seedlings, and they are up. I still have a month and a half before they get planted outside.

I wonder how to make the tomatoes more bushy than tall.
 

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I think I need to test my soil to see where it's at. I started my seedlings, and they are up. I still have a month and a half before they get planted outside.

I wonder how to make the tomatoes more bushy than tall.
A lot depends on the variety of tomato plant, some are bushier than others. Also trimming off the tops will make it bushier.
 
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