Okay guys! I'm at my wits ends.
I'm from Southeastern Kentucky. It's just now finally warm like 75-90s. Only one day has it actually been 91.
So my garden is doing good. Lots of squash blooms with baby squashes, cucumbers, cabbage and even peppers! Also my peppers are right beside the tomatoes. So if they are doing good why isn't my tomatoes?
I have the beefsteak variety. So my plants are 3 foot tall and really big. I have TONs of blooms. But they come and go and no tomatoes (!
I sucker prune. I don't over water. I deep water about 1 time a week and we're getting like at least a day of rain a week so really they are getting good deep watering 2 times a week. I also am out there daily messing with the garden to make sure they don't need water and are healthy.
What am I doing wrong? My soil is brand new in a raised garden. I purchased A grade top soil that was obtained from a river bank. I mixed it with compost and used a buttload of potting soil when I planted. I also used 10-10-10 fertilizer when I planted and gave them a few handfuls a month ago.
My plants have been in the ground since late March.
No bad bugs either.
So the blooms just simply drop off or if I go to inspect very gently! They fall off in my hand. WHOLE BLOOMS!
HELP ME! I needs tomatoes I'm dreaming of BLT!