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Beginner Vegetables: Setback for my Tomato Plants

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behillman
Plantersville, TX
(Zone 9a)

April 26, 2013
1:59 PM

Post #9498178

Although I started my tomato plants in Feb., brought me little green tomatoes today, most of the flowers that were blooming & making tomatoes have dried up & fallen off. It must have been the cool spell we had this past week. This was the brandywine tomato. Maybe I planted the wrong kind for south texas. My others are just starting to flower. I did not cover them.

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w_r_ranch
Colorado County, TX
(Zone 8b)

April 26, 2013
6:18 PM

Post #9498406

I believe your plants will be just fine... This has just been a weird spring.

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