This area was grass when I started, and now it has 48 of our own greenhouse grown tomato plants planted there.

We have been selling a ton of tomato plants this spring but now the season is coming to a close so rather than compost these plants we decided to put them in the ground, and see how we do selling tomatoes later this summer.

The tomato trellis is 6' T-posts with hog fence that we will tie the tomato plants off to as they grow.  We have the same setup in our other garden, and we have been weaving the plants in, and out of the fence holes but we have been breaking too many plants so this time we are going to tie instead.

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