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My tomato plant.

The tomatoes in my plant are green. It’s that normal? I ask because the tomatoes have no sign of turning their original color. (red). Below is a pick of the tomato tree. As you guys can read, I have been gardening for a very short time. That’s to you guys I’m learning quite a lot. Still have a lot to learn. I appreciate the tips and help I get from my professional friends


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#1 Comment By MichiganDot On 07/04/2018 @ 8:58 pm

Your tomatoes have gone from dark to lighter green. Next comes red! Heat over 90 F. often halts ripening of the tomatoes as the plant is stressed by the heat – even if kept watered. When (if) it cools off a bit, ripening will proceed. If serious heat is on-going, think about using “shade cloth” to lessen the sun’s intensity. Here is more info on heat and tomatoes for you: [1]


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