Tomato stalks breaking at the soil line
(Morongo Valley, California)
I have alot of volunteer tomatoes that came up in my greenhouse from last year's seeds dropped.
The plants are very vigorous and I plan to keep some of them.
Some of the plants though seem to be very weak just at the soil line.
It's like the roots are right at the soil line and the large (pinkie finger size stalk) is almost just dangling on top of the root. No stalk at all under the soil line just root.
One little push just snaps the stalk right off.
Should I just dig them up and replant them lower or do I have a problem of some sort?