No stem on top of tomato plant

by Dave
(California Valley)

I have a Brandywine tomato plant that doesn't appear to be able to grow further. The top of plant is flowers, no stem to continue growing.


Is this s male plant or some other problem? It earlier May so not too late to start a new plant?

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