It’s hard to top a juicy, home grown, vine ripened tomato, but if you’re not careful you may wind up with leggy plants and few tomatoes. There’s nothing wrong with tall tomato vines if you can devise adequate tomato supports, but if they’re all vine and no fruit the problem is usually the result of over fertilization and feeding the plants to much nitrogen. Apply a foliar fertilizer that is low in nitrogen and high in phosphorous. Also use manure compost rather than nitrogen rich manures around your plants. For leggy tomato transplants, it’s a good idea to bury a significant portion of the plant stem under the soil. For extremely tall tomato transplants place the plant in the ground at an angle rather than up and down, and gently remove the leaves from the portion of the stem that will be underground.