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Tomatoes Not Growing Bigger

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Tomatoes come in many sizes. Depending on the variety that was planted, they may be small or need more potassium. This is a guide about tomatoes not growing bigger.
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July 2, 20120 found this helpful

My tomato plants are loaded with fruit and blooms, but the tomatoes are not getting large enough before turning red. They are about tennis ball sized.

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July 2, 20120 found this helpful
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Unless it's a Beefsteak variety that's supposed to be very large, that sounds about right to me! If it's been a good season and the plants have been taken care of (and if they've produced a lot of fruit they probably have) then it's most likely just the size of the variety you're growing. I've had tomatoes fail to get very big in bad conditions, but they were usually pretty small and didn't ripen.

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January 10, 2018

Why are my tomato plants producing fruit, but they don't get bigger?

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January 12, 20180 found this helpful
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Soil is lacking Potassium

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