We use the Florida weave for our sauce tomatoes growing in the community garden plot. This is a great way to trellis indeterminate tomatoes. Together with T posts or wooden stakes, you wrap the string around all of the tomatoes. By weaving the twine around the plants it sandwiches them into place between the lines. Additionally, we come back and add a line every six inches or so at the bottom when they are starting to grow and then space it out a little more as they get taller.

All you need to successfully use the Florida weave are the following tools:

Metal T Posts or wooden stakes
A big nice to have is a post driver in order to get the T Posts into the ground but you can also bang on them with a mallet.