This year is my first year doing raised garden beds. I filled my frames (old queen sized water bed frame) w/ WONDERFUL composted wood shavings/chicken droppings cleaned out of the hen house. I planted my tomato plants, (in a kinda square foot garden type of grid) They Grew HUGE These are beautiful plants! tons of nice new green tomatoes. But... They seem WAY too close together now. Cant tell that stem is off of what plant. And... (hanging my head in shame) I didn't get the tomato cages on them in time. I have "rambling" tomato plants. will the lack of sun from over crowding mess w/ the crop? even tho they look sooo healthy now? I ended up setting the cages OUTSIDE of the bed to "prop" up the droopy stems lol What to do? I have other plants that I stuck in my older rows, got them caged but BOY do the ones in my raised bed w/ the composted wood shavings and chicken poo look way BIGGER and healthier!! Have never EVER had them grow so fast and look soooo full! Are they gonna die now? Thanks so much!