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tomato flower drop

Posted by wolfboy z9 Az (My Page) on
Fri, May 11, 07 at 16:30

I live in the Phoenix area, and I have four pair tomato plants, one grape tomato and a few Roma tomato plants. The Grape tomato is setting lots of fruit, but the pair tomatoes are not fruiting. In fact, the flowers just seem to fall of once they are done blooming. What is the cause and solution? Thanks.

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RE: tomato flower drop

I'm assuming you have found and hopefully gotten an answer on the 'Discussion' side of the forum here.

RE: tomato flower drop


Up your calcium and the bloom drop will magically disappear! I'm a hydro grower and this is easy for me. For you; probably get some "Cal - Mag" sticks and place them around your plants where you water them.

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