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Question by kazoo1991: Tomato plants-I have a question?
I have tomato plants that are about 16 inches tall. They already started having flowers on them.
I always thought that when the flowers died they would be replaced with tomato’s.
Is this true? There is not any tomato’s starting on them anywhere.
Is there something wrong with them?
ALSO, the lower branches keep turning yellowish, so I keep snipping them off, what is causing that?
Any advice would help.
Answer by bornanashole
The yellowing is natural, it just shows that the plant is maturing, snipping it off is not needed. As for the tomato coming from the flower, you are correct, but it does take some time. A tomato plant has a gestation period of 90 days. From seed to bearing tomatoes. Once the flower falls off you probably will not see the tomato unless you are using a magnifying glass, they are tiny, but give it a week or so and you will see them growing.
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