How to train cordon tomatoes

Monty Don shows you how to train cordon tomatoes, to ensure a bumper crop of tasty fruits.

Cordon tomatoes are grown to produce fruit along the length of one leading stem. In this video clip, Monty Don explains why it's important to pinch out sideshoots, as well as how to remedy underperforming tomato plants.

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