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  1. T. Leshchinskaya Tver region

    Can tomatoes be planted with 2 plants per hole? Isn't part of the harvest lost?

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    • OOO "Sad"

      It is believed that with a greater density of standing tomatoes, you can get a higher yield per unit area. Although the individual productivity of plants will be reduced and the fruits in such conditions will be smaller.
      Planting 2 in 1 pays off if you need to test a large number of new varieties, and there is not enough space in the greenhouse. Another thing is that when planting two roots in one hole, you need to very carefully deal with the stepsons: the plants form strictly in 1 stem. It is natural that they begin to bear fruit earlier than those that grow one at a time, but form into 2 or 3 stems.

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