Planted the tomatoes 2 weeks ago.
Had a bad storm, one of the plants 8-10 inches at the time bent just above the ground.
It has started to regrow, sort of a laid over in the shape of a "?" looking plant. Now comes the first suckers, just below the bend.
I am thinking of cutting it above the two suckers, to get rid of the 90 degree bend. It just may cause problems down the road(don't know).
My thoughts are the plant will be stronger in the long run with the hard trim now.
This would be the (early) equivalent to the major culling, Alex suggests. Of course it isn't due to outgrowing the cages.
Should I snip?
or nurture the bad bend?