momof4rugratz
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Do my Tomatoe Plants look better

Ok it has been almost 2 weeks since we transplanted My tomato plant. I am hoping it is good that the trunk of her is now green and not brown. Also I was taking dead off her and the limb I took it off of was moist. If you look close her tomatoes are turning yellow. So I hope that all means good.

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Also DH wants me to show you all his plant (little sister) finally has fruit. She has like 6 yellow flowers is that good sign of more fruit to come.

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Kisal
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Your plant is coming along nicely after her rough start. :)

Sister looks very nice. Each of those flowers will produce a tomato, as long as it gets pollinated. The flowers are self-fertile, which is why gently shaking the plant can help assure pollination. :)

Here is an interesting little article I read:

https://pollinator.com/self_pollinating_tomato.htm

momof4rugratz
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When I saw how green tshe was yesterday I did the happy dance for everyone to see. Then I noticed the yellow on her tomato was even happier. She is so green and happier looking now :)

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