Tomato Plants Not Producing Fruit

My tomato plants are very healthy, but have not produced fruit.

Hardiness Zone: 9a

By Pam from Jacksonville, FL

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Tomato Plants Not Producing Fruit

Mix 1/8 cup of Epson salt with 1 gallon of water and give them a drink. Tomatoes thrive on magnesium. (05/26/2010)

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By bkvander

Tomato Plants Not Producing Fruit

Last year my tomato plants were healthy as could be, but I wasn't getting any tomatoes. I found out that I was watering them too much. Also they were very leafy and so I cut a lot of the leaves off and lo-and-behold they started producing tomatoes. Give it a try. (05/26/2010)

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