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i have 14 tomatoes growing under wall o waters. most of them had grown out the tops a few inches and some had flowers. friday night we had cold weather that turned the foliage sticking out above the protection brown. the plant inside looks fine, its only what is above the wall o waters that looks bad. should i trim off the damaged parts? would it hurt the plants to do so? might the cold damaged areas grow on distorted if i dont cut them off?
Cut the dead off like Bernie said, if it's dead it can't grow or set fruit. The plants may look alittle strange for a while but they will recover and produce, after they get over their "puppy cut". I've had to do that to my plants too most of us have.