I'm familiar with tomatoes having two types, determinant, and indeterminant. Which ones are which, and how should I treat them differently?
Determinant tomatoes are like a shrub. Indeterminant more of a vine. The latter needs guidance to keep from sprawling over the ground. This indeterminant plant is great for vertical gardening to be able to grow even more tomatoes in less room. Similar to everbearing and June bearing strawberries, June bearing produces a mass of tomatoes and then stops to do it again the next yeartomatoes , everbearing is more like the indeterminant vine-like tomatoe...produces until it dies from frost.