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GreeneLady wrote: I have some beautiful heirloom tomato plants in my garden, all different varieties. They look beautiful and have nice blossoms, but the blossoms won't set into fruit. In fact, I don't even see any pollen on any of the flowers or when I brushed up against them. My plants are sucker free, and I've only fertilized them twice with Peters tomato food. What's going on?