tommyblaze
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indigo rose broken branch

My strongest tomato plant broke a major branch in last nights storm. When I planted it I buried it to the "v" one of those branches broke. I replanted it about 3 quarters down and I put vermicompost and compost with organic plant starter forgot the name in the hole. Any suggestions on anything else I can do to save it. Thanks

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Re: indigo rose broken branch

Tomatoes are pretty darn easy to root from cuttings, so apart from keeping that sprout moist at all times, you are most likely good to go.
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