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    1. Zolorn

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      Jun 19,  · The easiest way to remove a tomato sucker is when it is small. You can simply pull the two small leaves off. If you miss a sucker and it gets larger you’ll want to snap it off. Grab the sucker and snap it one direction and then the opposite direction. Unless the tomato sucker is huge, it should snap off pretty easily.
    2. Motaxe

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      Pull the sucker, or tiller, sharply in a downward direction. It should snap off cleanly. 4 Dispose of the sucker in the compost pile.
    3. Baran

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      Jul 12,  · Why we pinch: Because we use cages and pull the stems up as they grow they tend to be congested until they grow enough top the cages so we pinch the first suckers to keep from having to deal with mildew and fungus.
    4. Meztinos

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      She Drives Me Crazy/Pull The Sucker Off Format: Vinyl. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Vinyl "Please retry" — — —.
    5. Dailkree

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      Song information for Pull the Sucker Off - Fine Young Cannibals on AllMusic.
    6. Tumi

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      May 10,  · She Drives Me Crazy / Pull the Sucker Off, a Single by Fine Young Cannibals. Released in December on London (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Pop, Pop Rock, New Wave/5(11).
    7. Gura

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      Aug 07,  · At this stage of growth you can simply snap off the sucker with your thumb and index finger. If the sucker is as thick as a pencil a sharp knife or .
    8. Tygoshicage

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      "Pull the Sucker Off" Released: 26 December Format: 7" single 12" maxi CD maxi: Recorded: Genre: Pop rock: Length (LP Version) 3: 38 (Single Remix) Label: London Records: Songwriter(s) Roland Gift, David Steele: Producer(s) David Z, Fine Young Cannibals: Fine Young Cannibals singles chronology ".
    9. Zujora

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      Answer: Some gardeners remove the suckers believing that the sideshoots reduce sweet corn yields by diverting energy from the main stalk and developing ear. Their removal, however, is not necessary and may actually reduce yields. Suckers develop on plants that are spaced too far apart. Space rows 2½ to 3 feet apart with an 8- to inch spacing within the row.

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