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New Buds on Tomato Plants

Postby Denise4bOnt » Aug 18, 2008 5:30 am

I'm thinking maybe I should be removing any new buds/flowers on my tomato plants so the plant can put more energy into the tomatoes, is this right?? I'm wondering if it is kinda late in the season for new tomatoes to start formimg. Does anyone else remove the new flower buds??
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Re: New Buds on Tomato Plants

Postby butterfly » Aug 18, 2008 7:31 am

I just did denise . I want the enregy to go itno the ones waiting to ripen and be eaten

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Re: New Buds on Tomato Plants

Postby Lindamct » Aug 18, 2008 9:55 am

Yup me to...yesterday. I see a few turning color! Won't be long before I get the Mayo and Calabrese Bread out....lol
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