I have a raised garden bed with good soil and compost. I've tried growing herbs and tomatoes in it but the tomates get flowers and they don't produce tomatoes. The flowers die and drop off.
I put a cover over the plant this year and the plant looks super healthy but again, flowers dropping off.
The garden is against the north facing
Fence but there are tall trees next door that shade the sun for some part of the day.
Appreciate any assistance. Thanks
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Sorry to read of your problem with your tomato plants. I'm sure the Workshop community can assist. In addition to Mike's great questions, could you also please tell us whereabouts you are based? The specific variety of tomatoes you are trying to grow would also be helpful for members to give you more specific advice.
Welcome to Workshop. We are really looking forward to seeing a healthy crop of tomatoes soon, and seeing what other projects around the house and garden you might tackle in the future with a little help from the community. Feel free to post anytime you need a hand or have something to share.
HI good advice before, however if you use too much nitrogen based fertilizer you get flowers, so use a dynamic lifter fertilizer and you should have success this is what I use and works well. enjoy
Hi sorry as i jist joined thos group but by sounds you may have a pollination issue.. try hand pollination
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