Cate090404
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I revived my tomato plant, and now...

it has decided to bloom. It is in it's own little pot and the soil got a fungus, so i changed the soil 2 days ago. Since I changed it, the plant is no longer yellow, it is dark green in places (not sure if that means it is going to die). I cut off the leaves that were REALLY yellow, but I went to the store today and when I left there were no blooms, when i came back a few hours later, there was a bloom that is nearly open. Should I leave it alone and let it continue or should i cut the bloom off and let it have time to recooperate. I have 2 other plants and they are twice the size (they are beefsteak and this one is roma). WHAT DO I DO?!?


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Adam Fletcher
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Leave the plants. Maybe feed them with general tomato food to keep them in top shape.

The leaves really won't affect the actual tomato crop at all :)

Hope that helps a bit

Cate090404
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I'm just concerned because the two other tomato plants that I have are over twice the size of this one. It is at least turning green again, but it is only like a foot tall and blooming.



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