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Q.Tomatoes Flowering But No Fruit.

Zone 4680 | Anonymous added on March 16, 2021 | Answered

I read your article on the myriad of reasons tomatoes produce flowers but no fruit. However, my tomatoes are very lush coming just off a nice wet February/March short wet season. There are plenty of flowers but no fruit. It’s pretty warm still, around 30-32 daily highs. Will they produce fruit when we get further into Autumn, or am I better to pull them out and replant new seedlings later?

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Answered on March 17, 2021

If it's a pollination issue you can try pollinating them yourself. It also may be too hot. At 32 degrees C and up, tomatoes won't set fruit. Here is more:


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