Last year, I had, maybe, 10 tomato plants that did very well. So well and so close to one another, I ended up letting more than a few tomatoes hit the ground. This spring I tilled the land and planted in some areas and was going to plant in other areas later. Well, the land I was hoping to use later had a lot of wild tomato plants pop up. I would say about 100. Good for me as that would save me money on seed.
My problem is this; I wanted the plants in different areas. When I replant them they, almost immediately, go limp. Some are just plain dead. Others I propped up, hoping they'd rejuvenate. I'll know more tomorrow. I do water them lightly right after I plant them.
Am I doing something wrong here? Why do they go limp so quickly? I try to do it in the morning before it gets too hot. Is there a better time to do it?
Any help is appreciated.