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christinamusgrove

35 months ago

Why is my tomato plant not producing any fruit?

I have a tomato plant in my garden. It produces flowers like crazy, but only a few tomatoes. What am I not doing or what am I doing wrong?
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jsay41

  30 months ago
Keep the soil moist but not drenched or you can acually rot the roots and plenty of sunshine. I am more of a house plant grower but have grown tomatoes before. Try Googling 'How to grow tomato plants' and they give you a lot of tips.
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hawago

  30 months ago
Your niehbors are eating them so you should get there before they do.
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lizsolomon18

  32 months ago
It can happen from too much rain or extreme heat
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lakeman4

  32 months ago
clearly this plant has a bad attitude, start cutting off its leaves-the plant will get the message!
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LindaOH

  33 months ago
Has it been fertilized properly? Pollinated? Your best bet would be to call your local garden center.
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ck_enizete

  33 months ago
Lack of bee pollination may be the reason.
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callowyouth

  33 months ago
I don't know the answer but somehow ours seem to be doing well and we have quite a few fruits on them. The courgettes, however, are only producing male flowers so it doesn't look as if we will get anything off them - again.
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weedsfree

  33 months ago
There has been a major case of colony collapse this year with the honey bees. Bees in general, in fact. You do though, have a problem with blossom drop. That happens when you are in a drought and it is too hot. Research it and see what you come up with.
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Naturefreak2011

  33 months ago
My tomatoes are producing flowers but no fruit, they just fall off. They are getting plenty of water and sunshine actually had to move them to a partially shaded area because of the 100's temps and we are having drought conditions so they get watered twice a day. Still producing flowers but no fruit I discovered there have been no honey bees around do not know if this is the cause but I have a hunch that it could be. I have never encountered this problem before and have grown lots of tomatoes. Bee's pollinate no bee's no fruit.
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kprezioso7

  33 months ago
Sorry, I don't really know anything about tomato plants.
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