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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Mother Lode - Gold Country Northern California

    How to encourage flowering and more tomatoes

    I have a nice plant in a good sized container that is about 3 feet high. It has one large tomato growing near the bottom and only a few flowers near the top. How do I encourgae more flowering and more tomatoes? The plants are getting about 5 hours of sun per day, as it has been in the high 90's here the last two weeks and the soil drys out fast. I have the plant near my oak trees so it gets late afternoon shade from the blistering sun.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2012


    Its just simple,, try to separate the tomato from the flower carefully by not cutting its roots and then plant the tomato in a larger container or much better in a garden plot for you to have more tomatoes.

    Hope this thread would will you..

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