Dammit all Fester!
look up page 123 in the nearest bookFrom Square Foot Gardening by Mel Bartholomew:
look for the fifth sentence
then post the three sentences that follow that fifth sentence on page 123.
Even if you miss some and they have extra time to grow bigger (up to 18 inches long), you can still cut them off without hurting the parent plant. In fact, you can root any large side branch in moist sand, vermiculite, or just plain water. In two weeks it will have sprouted roots, and you'll have a new tomato plant!I hope this information is useful to my gardening readers.
Spork & Sherry... you're tagged.