Well I know if the leaves are turning yellow they need chelated iron.
But do you need to prune them or train them a certain way to get the most fruit out of the plant?
Will have to refine the coiling angle then!
Wow you have tremendous growth in you media beds! Your beds are very intensive! Ap really develops a strong growing system, doesn't it? I think that Tomato plants ideally require a separate dedicated bed as their nutrient demands are more than most other plants and they do better without competition.Their root mass demands adequate space and without it not only do their roots become thinner and spread out evasively throughout the bed hunting nitrates, but the stems also become thinner as a result. So, we are going to grow thin and high, fruiting at different heights instead of growing laterally and lush. Anyone can correct me on this, but this comes from my limited. experience on tomato culture.
I think we're both on the same page with the hanging supports.