Topping off tomatoes question, Dave, anyone?
I've read various opinions on how and when and if topping off indeterminates is necessary. My question is with some if the heirlooms, Cuor Di Bue as an example, which is now setting fruit like crazy and sending out all kinds of"suckers", do I just let it grow or should I at some point soon top it off to let the fruit grow and ripen. My concern are the late varieties and the climate I'm in, zone5b, where the weather can change in a heartbeat. I would like opinions on this as I'm growing only heirlooms this year and most are 85-95 days. Not all of them are flowering like CDB, in fact AGG and ARGG have far fewer at this point. I'm not expecting much production from them from what I see so far and Anna Russian is only starting. Brandywine Sudduth, Bloody Butcher doing very well and the blacks are starting to come along.