Growing only one stem
I am growing tomatoes for first time, and on a 7 foot hightrellis. Next season, I would like to grow the plants 12in apart, and prune them to one stem only, and pinch them at 6 feet or so. Several of my plants that thrived this year reached the top height very quickly in mid-summer.
I don't know enough about tomato plants, maybe someone can explain. Ideally, when they reach 6 feet or so by mid-summer, I'd like to pinch them off, and to one stem, and then harvest the fruits that develop. But I don't know... will the plants re-grow flower clusters along this stem that I am keeping pinched to 6 feet?