Roma Tomato Plants
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Indoor Roma Tomato plant

Zone 33771 | kayleeblalock13 added on April 6, 2017 | Answered

I live on the gulf in Tampa FL and i have a Roma tomato plant that i have grown from 3 inches and is now almost 3 feet tall the leaves are starting to turn yellow and it is not getting any taller. I fertilize it once a month but its not helping. Should i replant it in a bigger pot or what am i doing wrong?

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Rena Esset
Answered on April 6, 2017

Your plant is tall and pale; it looks starved for light. Tomatoes typically require 6-8 hours of full sun to grow well and to set fruit. Can you take it outside? Perhaps start with just a couple hours of sun for the first 2 weeks to all the plant to acclimate and then inch up to the full amount.

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