lilacpatty


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Re: QUESTION: My tomato plant is not producing fruit

If you put an overly large amount of organic fertilizer
which was very high in Nitrogen (that is the first percentage on the label or bag)., such a leafy wonder can be created.
Perhaps you tried liquid fish fertilizer or liquid seaweed or kelp, or other Nitrogenous source???
Follow label recommendations. Prune back to 2-3 ft tall two-three stems of big size. DO not add any more nitrogen.
Increase heat with burlap under plants or black garbage bag over soil.
When yellow flowers appear gently shake the bush to aid pollination.
Choose varieties for your climate when growing tomatoes and give them the most sun possible always as you imitate their genetic roots of South America.
Always Happy Gardening.