Leaves growing from flower truss on tomatoes

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  1. Notty1975

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    1A2D7158-DF59-49E3-B927-B2834E3CC586.jpeg Hi all I’ve just noticed I’ve got leaves growing from the end of my flower truss on my tomatoes is this normal and should I cut them off
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    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    I usually cut them off.:smile:
     
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      They won't produce fruit, take energy from the plant so, yes, snip them off Notty.:)
       
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        Brill that’s what I thought but wanted to make sure thanks both
         
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