7-ft Healthy Big Boy Plants -- No Fruits

by Joe
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

Large very tall big boy planted in April 2011 still green an very healthy but NO FRUIT. Should I pull them up? Baton rouge La. Very hot here it has been in the 80's at night and upper 90's to 100's days.

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Mar 21, 2012
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temps too high
by: Anonymous

tomatoes don't set well in temps above mid 80's.

Mar 02, 2012
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Too Much Nitrogen
by: Logan

Too much nitrogen causes the plants to produce much healthy, green, growth, apparently leaving no time to fruit.

Aug 07, 2011
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My big boys are doing the same thing
by: Yvette

They have grown in their containers up to about 4ft and some plants havent produced any fruit and its august! only one plant is thriving making lots of fruit but on the small side! what can I do? Help please!

Aug 05, 2011
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Same problem
by: Anonymous

I have the same problem. I live in southern California. I have 5 plants , all like 7 ft tall. Only one of them has 3 tomatoes and all the rest have a lot of flowers all bloom but no tomato. All flowers dry and then fall.

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