Trishla
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Location: Toronto

Pruning Tomato Plant FLower

I have been plucking the Flowers from my tomato plant which are well established without realizing that its the flowers that will be bearing fruits eventually. :(
Its the Ultra Sweet variety and it said 62 days of maturity and it has already been 50 days or so since i transplanted them from a small plant.
I am really worried that i wont be getting any fruits.
Please Help.

"First time Gardener"

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Earl K
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Location: Melbourne ,Fl.

STOP plucking and lets hope for the best :)
Florida porchgrown veggies
USDA zone 9

Trishla
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Yeah, I have my fingers crossed :roll:

Decado
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Location: Crystal, MN (Zone 4)

Just remember with any vegetable or fruit-bearing plant, the vegetables or fruit always come from the blossoms.

Trishla
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hmm.. a lesson never to be forgotten :)

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