Tuesday, July 12, 2016

“Octopus Tomato Trees” Can Yield up to 32,000 Tomatoes per Harvest

I hate the name but I love the idea of having something like this in your greenhouse. It's a lot of work, however to keep those vines supported so that they can hold all those tomatoes.

They might look like something created in a laboratory, but these “octopus tomato trees” are merely hybrids that grow from a single tomato vine but spread on a large trellis. Their crown grows to about 40-50 square meters and they yield tens of thousands of tomatoes every season.



TS Hendrik said...

Ah but that's how the cephalopods get ya. First they brand some tomatoes, then they come for your other condiments.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

SEE...You never forgot the lessons I taught you. Glad to see you back TS.