Can tomatoes be moved to larger pots if they have outgrown their space? I liked the system Ohiofem showed me on my original post about growing tomato stalks. I bought a whole bunch of 15 gallon fabric aeration pots for growing my tomatoes. Started the seeds for winter/spring today. I also ordered 10 of 10 gallon size for things like growing potatoes (next year).
I have those 20 tomato plants in buckets. The Floradades are determinate so I will leave them in the buckets. The different cherries seem to be okay in the buckets. Some of them are 8' tall and loaded with green fruit, but they don't appear to be in danger of snapping off any branches. Some of the plants though - oy! It's like there isn't a drop of air in the containers because the root balls are so tight and massive. I want to move the worst of them into the 10 gallon pots but I'm worried that transplanting them at 3 1/2 months may be too much for them. As always, I appreciate any thoughts.