Continue to remove the suckers in the leaf joints of tomato plants to keep vines upright and from sprawling. Young suckers can be pinched with the fingers, but use a sharp knife to remove suckers thicker than a pencil to avoid damage. Also remove lower leaves yellowed by blight disease.
— Adrian Higgins
Adrian Higgins has been writing about the intersection of gardening and life for more than 25 years, and joined the Post in 1994. He is the author of several books, including the "Washington Post Garden Book" and "Chanticleer, a Pleasure Garden."
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