My Marglobe tomato plant is setting flowers and has 1 fruit.
My question is:Can I prune it while it is setting flowers or DO I prune a Marglobe as I have been told NOT to prune a determinate tomato.
I was on vacation for 2 weeks and now the plant got very big and wide.
Do I leave them just like that?
I tend to trim the lower branches to keep them off the ground, so yes...you could definitely trim those off. If it is your upper branches that are hanging down low to the ground I'm sure you could trim the ends of them without causing any damage. Is there any way to cage the plant though, to support the limbs and get them off the ground?