Deal DetailsPromoted 08-25-2013 at 09:10 PM View Original Post
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I haven't used one but bought the last one at the store I was at and then bought 2 more online from another local store for store pickup. The little wire cages I'm using are way to small and I wanted something that would pack down small for storage.
Selling for $15.50 on Amazon with 4 star reviews.
The Ultomato, the ultimate tomato cage that grows with your plants. Install when planting or build around growing plants. Includes 5' sturdy stakes and 9 12" support arms.
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$8 around SF Bay Area, CA
$8 in all Phoenix-area, AZ
$8 all across south Florida
$8 in Virginia (beside Hamptonroads)
$7.67 in Tustin / Irvine / HB, CA
$7.67 in southbay area, CA
$7.67 at 6 stores around/near Sacramento, CA
$7.67 in Dearborn Michigan$3.84 at Woodhaven & Southgate Stores Michigan
$7.67 around Houston, Tx
$7.67 in SW PA
$7.67 Olympia, WA
$7.67 Manitowoc, WI
$3.84 Buchanan, WI
$3.84 Fargo, ND
$3.84 Steubenville, OH
$3.84 Northern NJ (NYC Metro Area)
$3,84 Cleveland, OH
$3.84 Greenville, SC
Not to TC but I've gotten into Tomato growing pretty hard core recently. If you're looking to really produce tomatoes, don't use these. Go to youtube and look up tomato pruning. To really produce, you prune them to a single stalk and run them up a string. Having said that, if you're not looking for a hobby, these are fine.
To counter, if you are not tight on space, using these are better than string because they're easier. Growing tomatoes on a string gets maximum yield per square foot while these + letting them grow wild would get maximum yield per plant. So it's not as simple as "growing tomatoes on a string is better", if you have the space using these is perfectly viable.