Two Sun Gold tomato seedlings in one pot: is it too late?
Hi guys- I'm a newbie so forgive the Q. This is my first year vegetable gardening! I sowed sun gold tomato seeds in Feb and a couple of seedlings looked so cute and were growing so close together that I didn't have the heart to kill off one of the babies when they were little. Now I have conjoined twins, with ~1-foot-high plants that look gorgeous except for their duality. My question is, will I get fewer tomatoes produced if I leave both plants to grow together all summer (should I kill one of the two)? Part of me wants to plant them as-is along with a single sun gold plant in the same growing conditions as a little experiment to see what happens to fruit production, but if you master gardeners already know it will ruin fruit production then I don't want to take the chance.