Tomato plant only growing leaves, no flowers or fruit

by Nancy
(Rockland county, NY)

I have a tomato plant in a big container that had grown to about 3 feet tall, but it is only producing leaves,


No flowers or fruit. I've fertilized, I water from the bottom, it gets full sunlight. I've been growing it since mid-May, it's now early July. I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.

Help!!

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Too many leaves and no tomatoes NEW
by: Anonymous

It could be your tomato plant is getting too much nitrogen--perhaps your fertilizing product is quite high in nitrogen. If this is the case, the plant will produce a lot of leaves but not much fruit.

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