Best Tomato Cages To Grow Tomatoes Vertically - The Texas Tomato Cage




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kprairiesun: Some people use a type of animal fencing that is like your cages but much bigger holes. My concrete mesh ones are cheaper, very sturdy and pretty big, tall. It was not hard to paint them and it has prevented rust for many years, now. The lumber company cut them for me. They would be way easier for you to use.

kprairiesun: Hi. I always use the concrete mesh and have the lumber co. Cut it for me. The first bunch i made didnt rust but the secind bunch did so I painted them green! I had about 15-20 of them and they have lasted without rust for years. The bigger holes and sturdier wire work best for me for giant, heavy tomato plants. I cut them in half and that gives me nice spikes to push into the ground. If need taller ones, they stack and interlock well. Enjoy your videos. Would like to see one showing your meals and snacks for a day! Thanks.

lateralexrex: Thanks for the recommendation, but it seems the texas cages have gotten really expensive - and I am reading terrible things about their customer support. Shame - I like the design.

Angel 123: What if you see some leaf disease or stink bugs? How do you get your hand in there to snip and squish?

lewis sharp: the tomato cage can be used for growing peas around the edge of the cage and other vines also right along side your tomato.

Eric Rosenberg: i have six that i have been using each year for the past 6 years to support 6 very large tomato plants that give my family more than enough tomatoes. My plants are regularly 6-10 feet and these cages fully support the weight of heavy vines laden with dozens or hundreds of fruit. Initially a spendy purchase on tomato cages, i amortize these cages over a lifetime of gardening. i only wish i could carve out more space in the backyard to grow more, and justify purchasing more cages.

attila fitzpatrick: Florida Weave beats ANY cage hands down...cheaper easier..such a deal

rick padgett: My rusted concrete reinforcing wire tomato cages are 20+s years old and still working great.I like them rusted they don't shine and when the tomatoes get larger you don't even see the cages.Major importance, each square is 5 in.-5 in.Perfect for getting to your plants.

Lucinda Gaskill: In very hot climates, will the steel cages become too hot for the plant?

FaraJi: The fencing wire you uses to constructed your cage has the smallest gap. You can also get it with 4 or 5 inch gaps. When I use it I cut off the bottom 2 rings, and push remaining verticals into the soil. To make it taller, I just strap another piece if fencing on top of the first one.

Henry Hamilton: Cool review!

John Cline: great cages but not cost affective when you have more than a few plants.

Samantha Hines: Hi John, I live in Santa Clarita Ca, and the weather and the squarrels kill my vegie garden...what I need help with is keeping the squarrels out of my garden...please advise.

John Ziemba: Good review. Nicely done. Did you make a follow up after using teh cages?

So-Cal Ponds, Inc.: Good video. Thanks. I like the cement wire, but wouldn't mind checking these out.

GeorgieWise: I have a couple of hundred pounds of these and I can vouch that there are none better in the world. After six years they are still perfect and I bought extensions to go to eight feet for my tomatoes. I'll admit they are expensive but if you amortize them over the five hundred years they will last, it's a mere drop in the bucket. 

rosycheks: I just looked at their website and it's a lot more than the original price you mentioned.  You're right that it will last practically forever but it doesn't make sense in my budget to spend $45 on one tomato cage or even almost $200 for seven cages.

rshotrod1965: 7:44, toe socks?!?!?

Dino Hajderovic: haha you look stoned...:)

Erin Rife: OMG John.  These cages are too pricey.  $90+ bucks for two cages.  Crazy!  There has got to be another way.  The biggest point, for me, for growing your greens at home is to save money.  I'll check your channel for other options. Please let me know if you know of a better price.  thanks.  love your channel.
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