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So i have always had an issue of staking my newly transplanted tomatoes so what I came up with this year is working great so far and is simple and cheap (free for me). I took some wire hangers that i get with my work uniforms, cut them down and straightened them and bent hooks on them to use as stakes. Will post pics later
 
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T. Gardner wrote:So i have always had an issue of staking my newly transplanted tomatoes so what I came up with this year is working great so far and is simple and cheap (free for me). I took some wire hangers that i get with my work uniforms, cut them down and straightened them and bent hooks on them to use as stakes. Will post pics later



The best tomato apparatus I have found is remesh bent round. It holds all the vines up off the ground and is easy to install.
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