I had a few potted tomato plants which I brought in once they started
looking unhappy (leaves getting yellow and spotty). After a week
indoors they don't seem to be improving. Can I do anything? Thanks.
I had a regular fluorescent over them 24/7 and have now switched to a
plant/aquarium bulb. I was just hoping to keep the plants producing
for awhile longer. I guess the plants certainly won't continue once my
basement cools down.
I have a plant that came up volunteer from kitchen scraps from my
It was way late but had lots of really nice tomatoes on it.
I put up a little green house around it, complete with grow light on a
The fruit from it just does not have much taste.
Any idea why?
I'm assuming you are in the Northern hemisphere? If you are, and the plants
have developing tomatoes on themn, you could try pulling them out of the
pots, shaking the dirt off the roots and hanging the plant whole upside
If you're in the Southern hemisphere, then take them outside each day until
all danger of frosts is over and then plant the poor things.
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