Over 40 years ago I made tomato cages from heavy duty reinforcement wire. They're about 20 inches in diameter. I'm down to about 18 cages. I used bolt cutters to cut the heavy wire and I used heavy duty plastic ties, but over the years they didn't last so I now use binder twine. I cut off the bottom horizontal wire so the cages have legs. I jammed those legs into the soft ground to support the tomato plants until Fall. I also mulch the plant inside the cages to hold moisture and to kill any weeds. Hal PS: Here's a pic of cage and tomato.
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