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Beginner Vegetables: No tomatoes this year

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behillman
Plantersville, TX
(Zone 9a)

June 27, 2013
3:48 PM

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I planted my tomatoe plants early in Feb. We had some cool days, & a couple freeze days, but my plants survived, but were stunted for about a month. Now, they started producing, & the heat has stopped them. We have gotten no rain, & the heat is in the 90's. The flowers are dried up & falling off. Each plant has about 3 tomotoes. They are turning yellow, but no more baby ones. I don't think I'll be planting tomatoes in the spring next year. I plan to plant tomatoes in the Fall, w hich would be in Aug. I hope they will do better. Maybe , it might even rain some.

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