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Growing Tomatoe in container HELP PlEASE!!

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by Bella on August 05, 2004 11:33 PM
This is the first time I stared growing a tomatoe plant in a container. My leafs are turning yellow and some have dry brown spots on them I have a big plant but no fruit yet its been 3 months I water it everyother day and give it tomatoe food one a week what am I doing wrong? I have a plant that is growing but no fruit please help I have never had a garden before this is my first time I am getting a little sad and I am about to give up on the plant. Should I?

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by Newt on August 16, 2004 08:19 PM
Hi Bella,
Tomato plants will often have yellow leaves on the bottom as they mature. The brown spots sound suspicious. Take a look here to see if you can id the problem. If you need help once you know what is going on, please write back.


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