Tomato Plants Not Setting Fruit

Why are my tomato plants growing, but not producing fruit?

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July 26, 20130 found this helpful
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Could be lack of bees to pollinate plants.

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July 29, 20131 found this helpful

It could be your tomatoes are planted in soil that is nutrient poor. Do you rotate your crops or just replant tomato's yr after yr in the same place?

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Also, have you been putting calcium into the soil? Lack of calcium will effect how many tomato's your plant produces and cause end rot as well.

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