Still no tomatoes here in Pittsburgh. I have plants in pots, in EARTHBOXES
and in the ground. All the plants look VERY healthy and have flowered. But
no tomatoes. The flowers seem to not be setting. Even the ones I sprayed
with BLOSSOM SET stuff that someone recommended that I got at Lowe's. The
plants are about 3-4 feet tall yet I don't seem to even have 1 pea-sized
baby tomatoe. Anyone else in this area having problems? The weather WAS
weird....first too hot for a while then too cold. Nevertheless you would
think SOME would set. Maybe I planted too early (May 1st)....the plants will
be lopsided over the top by the time I get optimum weather for the blossoms
to fruit. Any comments/help here would be appreciated.
ive found here in ky , the cold may air can really stunt them
somewhat. if i put them out that early, and i did put mine out in early
april, i put a platic puptent over the row and closed the ends at night
and opened the end in the morning. ive had good red tomatoes for about
3 weeks now. i feel yours will just come on late. lucas
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