Grow Tomatoes in Cages Easy homemade cages have an organic look. Set four 2 x 2 redwood stakes 1 foot into the ground to form a x square; plant seedling in the center. As the plant grows, tie sisal twine around stakes every 6 inches.
Ladderlike cages constructed from boards make an attractive way to keep tomato growth well behaved. Use rot-resistant wood such as cedar or redwood. Cut the crosspieces all the same length to 18 inches long, depending on the size of cage you prefer
Best DIY Projects: Become self-reliant! Instead of spending lots of money on pesticide laden, genetically modified veggies you can grow your own. The taste (and nutrition) of home grown food is far superior to the grocery store variety and your cost is al