I cut off my plant's central stem
This is my second year growing tomatoes, still a novice. It appears I cut the top of the central stem off of one of my plants-- an indeterminate Zebra Green-- while pruning, and didn't notice until a couple of days later. Now all my other plants have flowers, but this one just has leaf growth and doesn't seem to be gaining height. Did I ruin this plant's chances of setting fruit, or is it possible the plant will generate a new central stem?