If that's the case, it really shouldn't have stopped blooming. Once blooming begins, tomatoes keep blooming and fruiting unless it is not getting enough sun, or will bloom but the blooms drop off due to too much humidity or heat resulting in pollination failure.
Again, if it is a determinate variety (fruit trusses terminate all shoots), then once all fruits ripen at once, the vines will decline and die. But indeterminate varieties will continue to grow new floral/fruit trusses along the growing vines and new shoots unless temperatures fall to 40'sÂ°F.
- Are you pruning the vines?
- Have you been fertilizing it? What is the NPK ratio? It's best to use something like Tomato- tone with low N -- 1st number -- and higher P and K numbers.
- Could you post pictures?
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