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Should I remove young tomato's first flowers?

to prevent too early fruit so they will stop grow That's not how tomatoes work. You either have determinate tomatoes, that will stop (regardless of anything you do, so removing flowers will just ...
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Should I remove young tomato's first flowers?

Your tomato looks great. Just leave everything as it is - do not remove those flowers or you'll just decrease your yield.
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Can I cut my pineapple (Ananas?) leaves?

I am not an expert, But I did some research... It could be the fact that you plant wants more sunlight for an easy answer. Umm if that's not it though you can text me back I love looking into this ...
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I think I over pruned this rubber tree plant and I am scared I killed it, any advice would be appreciated

I don't see any reason why the stems won't bud out in four to eight weeks. The soil does look dry so check how wet it is by sticking your finger in the soil. If the tip of your finger feels moist ...
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Does this young fruit tree need a "first" pruning?

Apparently new fruit trees need a "first" pruning that involves cutting down up to half of the initial growth. That advice is primarily for bare-root trees that lack the roots to support ...
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How can I shape a Rocky Mountain Glow Maple to be more round?

Do not attempt - the tree is genetically programmed, if you will, to always grow in an upright pyramidal form. Topping it, which you're suggesting, will result in a large number of possible leaders, ...
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