Tomatoes stopped growing

Most of our tomato plants are in a cedar raised bed. They were bought in pots and were about 2 feet tall when we transplanted them. We used very good moisture control soil as instructed by the store where we purchased the tomato plants.


They had tomatoes on the vines when purchased and there are a few more since but basically the plants seem to have just stopped growing. We were told we did not need to fertelizer because if was already in the soil. They are just not growing or putting on blooms now. Any suggestions?

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Mar 02, 2013
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GROW TOMATOES
by: ROY

I MADE SAME MISTAKE....BUY 6 TO 8 IN PLANTS WITH THICK STEMS AND NO BUGS OR SPOTS...YOU WANT THE PLANT TO BE GROWING AND TO KEEP GROWING...I USE COMPOST AND ROCK DUST AND BIOCHAR AND MYCORRHIZA (NEW FOREST SOIL)...THIS WILL HELP YOU GROW HEALTHY PLANTS...NO TILL, NO COMPACTING, NO NPK FERTILIZER NOR INSECTICIDES...USE A GOOD WATER SOURCE, NO CHLORINE (LET WATER SIT 24 HRS IN OPEN CONTAINER)
FISH, KELP, MOLASSES ARE GOOD TO USE,LEARN HOW..
butchfomby@yahoo.com IF I CAN HELP...ROY

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