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Tomato Plants Grow Tall But Don't Produce Much Fruit

My tomato plants always get extremely tall. Sometimes over 8 or 9 feet. I don't get a lot of tomatoes. What can I do to increase my yield of tomatoes and keep my plants at a manageable height?

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June 7, 20180 found this helpful
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You may have to hand-pollinate them if you dont have a lot of bees.

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June 7, 20180 found this helpful
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My mom always had the most outstanding tomato plants that were huge and bore fruit and swore by fish emulsion...just follow the directions on the package. She did it from the time they were seedlings on up. Just fair warning, it stinks....but it works and doesn't burn like other fertilizers.

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June 10, 20180 found this helpful
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You may need a fertilizer with the correct mineral content. Some minerals enhance leaf growth while others enhance fruiting. Good luck.

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