How to Clone and Propagate Tomato Plants! Simple. Using this method you could grow an infinite (literally) amount of Tomato plants, from one! "Cloning" is loved by many gardeners because if you find a particular breed of Tomatoes that you love, you take a cutting and propagate it, and it is a literal Clone because it contains the exact same Chromosomal DNA as it's parent (the one that you got the cutting from.). So, it will grow the exact same type of tomato the exact same way, it will have the exact disease resistance, and so on. You get the idea! Steps: 1. Cut the lower branches from a Tomato plant, at LEAST 4 inches long. 2. Prepare some soil in a pot, and press a few tomato clippings into the soil in the pot. 3. Soak the soil well. Keep it very wet and moist! Tomatoes are weird; if a branch touches water or a surface like Soil, it will take root quicker than you can say Parcheesi! I always joke (But I am completely serious) That if a Tomato resisted Frost, it would be a literal weed, and people would be pulling it out of their yards and trying to keep it under control. 4. Wait about a week and transplant each clipping into the garden (it should have some good roots by now. If not, wait another week or two. Share some pictures below of your tomato plants, and/or clones! No tomatos? Hotpeppers are cool too! No hotpeppers? Everyone likes Chickens!