Tomatoes "clustered" on our plants...


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Tomatoes "clustered" on our plants...

RedTop | Aug 2, 2014 10:37 AM

We have five heirloom tomato plants (2 Brandywine, Mortgage Lifter, Bloody Butcher and Black Prince), and one Beefsteak plant. All of the plants (except the Mortgage Lifter)have clusters of tomatoes at a point about 16 inches above the soil. All of them also have a second wind, and blossoms covering the top third of the plants. Can any garden 'hounds explain why these plants grew their fruit in clusters?

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