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Re: Help Pollinate Your Tomato Plants

I lightly flick the blossom and watch to see if any pollen flys into the air. Here in Central Florida we have few bees for pollination and this flicking process will greatly increase the amount of fruit you get to set rather than hope for bees or the wind to set tomatoes on my plant's.

Re: QUESTION: Help! Birds are eating my tomatoes

I found a safe and easy way to protect your tomatoes pick white paper towel Wet it around the ripening tomato. Then once it dries and it turns white again they can't see it. Use enough to make sure wind will not blow it off tomato or it will be visible to those pesky mocking birds.