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 -  Wednesday, April 21, 2010
THE BEST!
Reviewed By: TOMATO LOVER (Chicago, IL)
This is the best tomato cage I have ever used! It is large and spacious and stackable! Very sturdy and doesn't rust. These cages hold your tomatoes upright without additional help from ties or string. And I don't have to do anything except pick tomatoes! Everyone should have one of these tomato cages!
 -  Monday, July 26, 2010
Best tomato cage ever!
Reviewed By: Paula (Flintstone, GA)
These are wonderful cages - they stay in the ground and don't fall over when the tomato plants grow large and heavy. If they were less expensive this would be the only kind of tomato cage in my garden. Definitely recommend!
 -  Sunday, August 21, 2011
Best By Far
Reviewed By: Judi (Pueblo, CO)
This is the only tomato cage I have ever used that stands up to the 40+ mph winds we experience periodically most years, and regularly this year. Very stable and sturdy, folds flat for storage, I love this tomato cage!
 -  Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Sturdiest Tomato Cages Ever!
Reviewed By: Lisa (Richmond, VA)
I got 2 of these tomato cages this spring--they are the sturdiest cages ever! I plan to get 2 more for next season.
 -  Saturday, November 26, 2011
Kudos to the desgner
Reviewed By: Rosalyn (McKnightstown, PA)
This design is PERFECT! I always thought the funnel-shaped cages were designed too flimsy with their 3 legs which allowed my tomato plants to topple over and become ground runners anyway. This past season, I used 16 of these square tomato cages along with the tomato food. Even with our rainy summer my production more than doubled from last year! The tomatoes are easy to pick, have plenty of aeration to dry after rains and the cages stand up to gusty, sustained winds. The easy folding down for storage is a huge plus. I plan to buy 4 more for next season and use them for my cucumbers (as an experiment).