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It's been posted here several times before and folks have picked it to pieces concerning all the wrong information. Unfortunately, the guy probably makes some money every year off the gullible and unknowing, or those so desperate for some way to beat their neighbors that they might try something stupid like that. Are there any among us who are willing to step up and tell us what their experiences were with this ?? SirTanon(z9 AZ)I would think that within the first page worth of data, most people's BS meters would start going off.
So go pull all the leaves off your plants and keep a pictorial record and show us your great harvest this summer and fall! When I see your unedited and unaltered pictures of a great crop, I might begin to believe it. Did I mention that I am going to have some ocean front property and a couple of bridges to put on the market before long, probably before your crops come in though. My website has been chewed up all over the web lately so I do not mind your flaming comments.
My grandfather did indeed grow tomatoes this way, and it is very common commercial tomato gardening practice in Europe.
This metaphor is a ways off, but it works a little on the same principle as when you cut your grass only once a month, you'll see it grows back slowly. I pinch off bottom leaves,spotted leaves, yellow leaves,and I pinch of suckers just because of the short growing season here, I found leaving suckers took energy for the plant to produce more branches etc, and less tomatoes.
I pulled all the leaves off a plant in error this season, it was in with a batch of plants and I did not notice I was pulling spoted leaves off the same plant. Which, or course, brings up another point: Different techniques MIGHT work better in different TYPES of tomatoes, and different climates and conditions. Greenhouse growing is probably more similar to some of the tropical growing conditions (but with controlled watering and a lot less bugs). Still, I'd like to hear about them, but I don't think you can trust it when someone says they ALWAYS do things a certain way with ALL their plants. Same tomato cultivar, two plants planted on the same day 5 weeks ago, side by side in the same row, one trimmed up to the flowers the other is not. Hello and thanks for visiting this Organic Tomato Magic Review, you’ve come to the right place if your looking for a comprehensive review of the Organic Tomato Magic e-book written by tomato garden expert Kacper Postawski.


Organic Tomato Magic is an e-book that will show you how to grow tasty, mouth-watering tomatoes quickly and easily.
Postawski’s grandfather used to grow amazing tomatoes, and people from all over used to come and buy them.
I am giving all the tips in Organic Tomato Magic a try this year and will post updates to this blog to detail my final results; GOOD or BAD.
Also, if I caught someone cutting all the leaves (which are needed for photosynthesis) off my tomatoes, I think that I would be looking for my shotgun and some rock salt to pepper their arse with.
I recall going into a commercial greenhouse in northern Mississippi one time and they were growing tomatoes hydroponically. Although, it is very tedious and labour intensive when you are pruning 100s of plants daily, so this has gone a little out of practice and most farmers don't even know about it. You say very clearly on your website to leave no more than three small leaves on each plant. We'd helped her to grow some very healthy Ailsa Craig tomato plants, and she was looking forward to the delicious harvest of tomatoes.
His were bare stems heavy with tomatoes most of the way up the plant, with a heavy growth of leaves near the top of the plant. Sure there is some stuff in his book I would not do to my tomatoes, but I find a lot more outlandish and cockamamie ideas in the organic gardening forum of Gardenweb than are in Postawski's little book about growing tomatoes.
If you have 4 identical tomato plants (same type) then prune the leaves off 2 of them, taking ALL the leaves below the first flower cluster, and leave the leaves on the others.
Of course, I DO live in a desert, so I don't need to worry about moisture build-up around the bottom of the plant, that might cause disease, or things like that.
Various temperate climates, and dry western vs humid eastern climates might require other techniques. How do they know that is the best way, unless they compare it side to side with other plants (of the same varieties) under identical conditions.
It's one thing to have a healthy skepticism but another thing to just sit on the sidelines and scoff. I will trim the remaining bottom leaf when the plant touches the trellis -- it is there for balance. Is it a Scam?Discover the real truth about it by reading Organic Tomato Magic reviews in the following.


To state that to remove all the leaves makes the plant better is a totally ludicrous statement in my opinion. The story of your grandfather's that you quote equally clearly says that he cut off ALL the leaves. Unless the trick is in the type of pruning, it seems to me that this comparison is being made by thousands of gardeners every year. Postawski says tomatoes you find in markets today have thick skins, green or white membranes and taste sour. You’ll learn techniques for grooming tomato leaves to prevent diseased tomatoes, the best fertilizers to use to germinate seeds quickly, how to prepare soil with the ideal chemistry and much more. After reading some Organic Tomato Magic reviews, I decided it was worth a try.And if not well I could ask a refund and I have nothing to lose.
If that were so, someone would probably be selling horn worms in boxes of thousands like they do lady bugs and lacewings etc. You're back-pedalling furiously if you pretend that means only the leaves below the first trusses.
Then one weekend we paid our normal visit to find that she'd stripped the leaves off the plants. If you follow the suggestions in Organic Tomato Magic, then you will be able to double the amount of produce you can grow and you’ll be able to grow sweet, ripe tomatoes in 4 months instead of the usual 6 months. Now I am writing my own Organic Tomato Magic review, to let you know why this service impressed me. Please fell free to contact me with any questions you may have regarding Organic Tomato Magic! My grandmother grew her tomatoes staked 50 years ago and vigorously pruned them (Not down to 3 leaves) always keeping enough leaves for a shade canopy.
For every four tomatoes there would be a whole dug where garbage was put that could be filled if water was needed.
There is a canopy withe a lot of tomatoes near the main stem and few leaves under the canopy.



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