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Indeterminate tomato varieties continue to set and ripen fruit throughout the growing season until frost kills the plants. They will give you a slow and steady supply of tomatoes, rather than one large harvest. However, they tend to start ripening a little later in the season than determinate varieties do because they first spend a good amount of time growing tall. It is a good idea to pinch back some of the suckers on indeterminate tomatoes to prevent unmanageable growth. Never pinch out a sucker directly below a blossom as this causes uneven growth in the plant and will reduce your harvest.