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Postby mango » Jul 20, 2012 2:01 pm

Hello,

I had some tomato plants that were outgrowing their space. I transplanted them and the leaves curled up a bit. How do I make this successful.
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Re: Tomato plants

Postby B_BQ » Jul 20, 2012 2:37 pm

Water them deeply, (from the bottom), and keep your fingers crossed!
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Re: Tomato plants

Postby Jersm » Jul 26, 2012 3:42 pm

agreed they are lacking water to keep the leaves from drying up.

either way tomatos are very hardy plants, recently one of my plants broke off its stem.... I saved it by puting it 2 inches in potting soil and it sproted new roots. it might be a bit in shock right now/making new root systems but im sure it will be fine if it has enough water.
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