Hello, I've been browsing the forums for about a year now but haven't gotten around to posting yet. I live east of Seattle in the Cascade foothills. Last summer was a pretty terrible year for my tomatoes, I'm hoping for better this time around.
I came across this tomato tower at Park's seed - has anyone tried this or a similar setup? Any luck?
My husband and I built a support using a sturdy wood beam that ran down about 5' above the tomato bed, and then strung up the plants with sturdy twine tied off to the beam and the base of the plant. It worked just fine, but isn't really movable year to year. Given what I've read about symphylans around here and just plant/tomato problems in general I'd like to have a more portable setup so I can more easily support my plants in whatever bed I have them in each year.