Will tomato plants produce again in the fall?
I live in Central Florida and my tomato plants are healthy but it is too hot for them to produce? If I can keep them healthy, will they produce in the fall with cooler weather?
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Yes, once temps fall, they should produce again if they are indeterminate and healthy. Tomatoes are actually technically a tender perennial, so can live and produce for quite some if kept healthy. The trick is keeping them healthy. The older tomatoes get, the more susceptible they get to disease.