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TheWaterbug wrote:Hmmm. My plants are now 4-5 feet tall, and they've been in the ground since early March. No fruit yet
I'm watering 1-2 times/week, and the plants look mostly healthy:
I haven't fertilized at all, and I didn't put any new amendments in the hole when I planted this year, so excess N probably isn't the cause. This _is_ the same site where I grew tomatoes successfully last year, so it's possible that I've depleted some other nutrients, but the plants are growing pretty well otherwise, so I didn't think they were lacking anything.
One thing that does looks suspicious is _some_ of the leaves are crinkly:
That was about 2 weeks ago, and I increased the watering frequency from 1/week to 2/week since then, but I still have no fruit.
The weather's been in the high 60s to high 70s. No 80s yet, nor anything approaching cold.
I have some 10-10-5 liquid fertilizer that I could apply. Would that help or hurt?
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