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2. Pattern of growth in which [[stem]] cannot continue growth, usually because it is terminated by a flower.<br><br>
 
2. Pattern of growth in which [[stem]] cannot continue growth, usually because it is terminated by a flower.<br><br>
  
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This diagram compares the growth of indeterminate vs. determinate tomatoes.<br><br>
 
This diagram compares the growth of indeterminate vs. determinate tomatoes.<br><br>
 
Source: https://www.slideshare.net/GrowYourOwnNevada/grow-your-own-nevada-fall-2012-reap-what-you-sow<br><br>
 
Source: https://www.slideshare.net/GrowYourOwnNevada/grow-your-own-nevada-fall-2012-reap-what-you-sow<br><br>

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1. Growth that is limited.
2. Pattern of growth in which stem cannot continue growth, usually because it is terminated by a flower.

grow-your-own-nevada-fall-2012-reap-what-you-sow-15-638.jpg

This diagram compares the growth of indeterminate vs. determinate tomatoes.

Source: https://www.slideshare.net/GrowYourOwnNevada/grow-your-own-nevada-fall-2012-reap-what-you-sow