|This year I planted 22 tomato plants(assorted varieties including Burpee's Big Girl, Beefmaster, Juliet, Marglobe, etc. My mature garden was well fertilized and had a topcote of mushroom soil before planting. I planted each plant(some purchased as plants some started from seeds in the house)2' apart, each in a separate 2x2 tomatoe cage on May 1.I sprayed the garden on three occasions with Miracle-Gro- two weeks apart after planting. I water each morning(if it hasn't rained) for 20 minutes. As of today(July 1) I have the wildest growth of tomatoes and plants I have ever seem. It looks like a jungle with the plants all grown together and most 7-8' high. All have an abundance of substantial, healthy looking green tomates. Some of the early ones have actually begun to turn red. However, the garden is seriously overgrown and I fear that harvest may be difficult and that the foliage is so thick that adequate sunlight will not reach the inside fruits so they may ripen. HELP ! Shall I prune some of the foliage back or should I just sit back and have the most incredible tomato crop in history?