Pruning indeterminate tomatoes

Spend some time in your greenhouse pruning your tomatoes to ensure airflow in your greenhouse.

My furry overlord supervised me this morning while I removed leaves touching the soil (vector for disease) and pruned out the extra growth popping up between main stem branches of indeterminate varieties.

There is a beautiful fruit setting on Lemon Boy and Chocolate Sprinkles and Tumbler tomato plants.

And, of course, my daily intake of a handful of strawberries for breakfast.

Even early on this mid-June morning (7:30ish), the greenhouse is warming up enough that the heat-activated vents are starting to creep open. That will be key in keeping air circulating too. It’s going to be a beautiful day. This is the life!