Topping & Trimming Tomato Plants- Grow MORE Tomatoes!

In this Video we will be looking at topping and trimming your tomato plants to speed up their growth and beat the frost! I will be showing how I top my tomat…
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19 Responses to “Topping & Trimming Tomato Plants- Grow MORE Tomatoes!”

  1. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 1:35 pm

    Topping and Trimming Your Tomato Plants! Container Planting Update!

  2. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    Hey, thanks for the comment, I think your referring to my “Big Red’, which
    I believe may be a rainbow. Its big, red and delicious though. I was given
    some heirloom seeds and I am unsure of some of the types. Jeremiah is
    always willing to give away seeds. Check out my Facebook and send me a msg.
    Thanks for watching, enjoy!

  3. How cool is that! We are both from Northern Ontario and I was just topping
    off my tomatoes too. Good day eh Paul

  4. wow they got to some hight :) looks good even in pots. thanks for sharing.

  5. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    Thanks MI, I haven’t seen too many red ones until the other day, its almost
    like a sunset going on in my tomato patch, they all seem to be going red
    now! Thanks for the comments, I will try and find the time to keep making
    them. You too, keep it up brother, looking forward to the harvest!

  6. Lee Ann Steinmetz Reply May 8, 2014 at 4:17 pm

    Thank you so much for this video!

  7. what is the name of the big tomatoe in the container i have also tomatoes
    in containers and is it possible to send some seeds greetins willem

  8. I love watching your gardening videos. Your video quality and descriptions
    are very therapeutic. ( : I am loving your lush green tomato plants and
    tomatoes and super slender chili peppers. Thanks a lot for your time and
    sharing all of this very interesting and useful information Jeremiah.

  9. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 5:54 pm

    Anytime Lee Ann, thanks for watching, your awesome! Hoping to see some
    tomatoes soon!

  10. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 6:53 pm

    Thanks you very much, I am so glad you are able to enjoy them! Thank you
    for sharing the comment as well! I will try and get another chill pepper
    video out before the haves, or maybe film the harvest! Enjoy gullalai!

  11. I definitely take my longer growing season for granted. I just hope you get
    some decent tomatoes! It was cold here and damp, but eventually mine
    ripened up! I am getting bushels from my garden. Just amazing what a little
    time does! Keep the videos coming, I love them so much!

  12. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 8:18 pm

    Very Cool, I guess its that time of year. Starting to harvest and get the
    other plants in the mood to ripen up! Thanks for the comment, and enjoy
    that harvest! Its been a nice week of weather!

  13. Lee Ann Steinmetz Reply May 8, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    LOL I ate all the tiny toms already. the red cherry pears are green as
    green can be. Will post when I get some ripe ones. We still have a good six
    weeks in our growing season.

  14. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 9:11 pm

    Thank you! I have put a lot of love and time into these plants! I am glad
    they had a good year for growing here in Ontario. I hope they keep
    producing well before frost! Thanks for watching, and enjoy!

  15. John Aldren De Leon Reply May 8, 2014 at 9:19 pm

    Hey JJ what happened to you have you received my message on facebook
    regarding on the seeds you sent to me. I’m browsing how to sow them
    correctly so all of them will grow. I don’t want your seeds to die and I
    want to grow them. ^_^

  16. Your plants look great as always! Do you do any seed saving with all of
    those heirloom types or do you just choose wisely when grabbing seeds in
    the spring?

  17. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 10:36 pm

    Thanks JT, very great to hear! I do save seeds. Usually its very hard to
    tell which tomatoes came from which plant, however this year i carefully
    labelled, and look forward to collecting and storing all of my heirloom
    varieties! I also keep a small premium crop from the best of the tomatoes,
    from good tasting to nice looking and cool attributes..well see how many
    seeds i can get this year, i do tend to share more than I probably should!
    Thanks for watching and the kind words, enjoy!

  18. JeremiahJohnson84 Reply May 8, 2014 at 11:31 pm

    Thank you so much CK, I sometimes do wish I was a Cali Kid, and was able to
    soak in that year round sunshine! I do love it out there, very good energy
    and people! I like this method for peppers too. Think may do a pruning
    video when I take them indoors. I wish you the best with your garden and
    harvest too! Im sure it will be a good one for us all, thanks again!

  19. CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY Reply May 9, 2014 at 12:00 am

    Hi JJ – great info! Because we have such a long growing season here in So
    Cal – I usually just let my toms grow and do not trim them back until they
    obstruct a pathway in the garden. However, some of my plants are not
    producing much bc they are shaded by other plants. I think I will try this
    method to try to get some more production out of those pants. You have such
    a soothing voice – and are very knowledgeable! good luck with your tomato