I began using Gift Bags as Tomato Bags when my tiny perennial tomatoes were fruiting and hoped that they would work when larger tomatoes began to grow and ripen. I can now confirm that they do.
Stubbornly refusing to use sprays, I left 1 Betterboy ‘unbagged’ to see what would happen during the change of seasons, as that’s the time when pests will attack ferociously to lay their eggs. There it is, ‘a picture speaks a thousand words’.
So, diligent bagging began … any fruit, the size of a grape, when spotted gets bagged.
Well, I’ve run out of bags and have ordered another lot of 50 which means I already have 50+ tomatoes in the backyard, in their green state. 50 bags for US$5, delivered right to my mailbox is money well spent, IMHO.