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Gardening: Best way to stake tomatoes

By this point in the summer, tomato and cucumber plants are weighted down with ripening fruit. What's the best way to stake your veggies when they've outgrown their cages?We'll ask Ed Lawrence, Ontario Today's resident gardener.

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