Tomato Plants

Bloom Drop

RobW52 added on October 14, 2013 | Answered

The plant has plenty of blooms. They dry up and fall off in a few days.

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Answered on October 15, 2013

This is caused by a pollination issue. Mostly, tomatoes are wind pollinated, but in damp/rainy weather or very hot weather the pollen gets sticky and does not travel well. You may need to give it some help. These articles can help:

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