Do you top off your indeterminates at some point
I don't know if I'm using the right term, pinch off or top off, or basically cut the tops of your indeterminates? Does topping them encourage them to produce more lower on the plant?
My tomatoes always grow well beyond the 6' cages they are in (and I mean 6' of above ground growth).
They are in 2' tall raised beds, which means the combined height is 8' high, and I'm always up in a ladder harvesting at some point. Yummmmmm yummm tomatoes. :-)
Here in the Bay Area (east bay) our tomato season can keep going until October and once into November for me. But at that point, the plants keep kicking out new growth and new flowers on the very top and I am wondering if topping them earlier in the season keeps them to a desired height while flowering and setting fruit lower on the plant?