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I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.

 
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I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
So will it be in the end with all those who do not produce fruit: they will be removed from the face of the earth.

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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
That is illogical, because the sons and daughters of non-fruit producers may be superior fruit-producers
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
There is only so much you can do.

Water and take care of them but if they refuse to produce fruit they are not worth saving.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hasn't it been really hot there? If the temp is high than 95F, the blossoms won't set fruit. We have that problem every summer in W. Texas. Lot's of days in the 100's. We either replant or most of us just keep nursing them along until it cools off.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
There is only so much you can do.

Water and take care of them but if they refuse to produce fruit they are not worth saving.
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Only if your goal is to blindly eat tomatos, but perhaps there are other uses for this plant that you have failed to consider!
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That is illogical, because the sons and daughters of non-fruit producers may be superior fruit-producers
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If they refuse to work or get out of bed an add value to the world; they have no value!
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If they refuse to work or get out of bed an add value to the world; they have no value!
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How many prize winning giant tomatos sprang forth from humble roots, do you think?

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95 degrees? Cannabis don't care, that shit will bloom.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
There is only so much you can do.

Water and take care of them but if they refuse to produce fruit they are not worth saving.
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Australia: Heat good news for tomatoes

[link to www.hortidaily.com]


Bees Improve Our Tomato Crops but are Threatened With Extinction

[link to bestjuicytomatoes.com (secure)]

Growing Tomaoes in Australia:

[link to www.gardenate.com]

Maybe you should be plucked up by the roots for being an incompetent farmer. Just a thought.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hasn't it been really hot there? If the temp is high than 95F, the blossoms won't set fruit. We have that problem every summer in W. Texas. Lot's of days in the 100's. We either replant or most of us just keep nursing them along until it cools off.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Yes!

But that's no excuse.

I have been making sure they have been watered every day.

If they cannot produce kind after kind they have NO VALUE!
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hey come on mate, i didnt quit my job after all, i went to work today and worked really hard, see no need to wipe out the human race, some of us still pay the bills lol
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hasn't it been really hot there? If the temp is high than 95F, the blossoms won't set fruit. We have that problem every summer in W. Texas. Lot's of days in the 100's. We either replant or most of us just keep nursing them along until it cools off.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Yes!

But that's no excuse.

I have been making sure they have been watered every day.

If they cannot produce kind after kind they have NO VALUE!
 Quoting: DOGSTAR


Well, all I can tell you is, quit gardening. You obviously have NO experience growing plants. Sorry. I'd find a good farmer's market if I were you.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hasn't it been really hot there? If the temp is high than 95F, the blossoms won't set fruit. We have that problem every summer in W. Texas. Lot's of days in the 100's. We either replant or most of us just keep nursing them along until it cools off.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Yes!

But that's no excuse.

I have been making sure they have been watered every day.

If they cannot produce kind after kind they have NO VALUE!
 Quoting: DOGSTAR


Well, all I can tell you is, quit gardening. You obviously have NO experience growing plants. Sorry. I'd find a good farmer's market if I were you.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


^^^
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hasn't it been really hot there? If the temp is high than 95F, the blossoms won't set fruit. We have that problem every summer in W. Texas. Lot's of days in the 100's. We either replant or most of us just keep nursing them along until it cools off.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Yes!

But that's no excuse.

I have been making sure they have been watered every day.

If they cannot produce kind after kind they have NO VALUE!
 Quoting: DOGSTAR


Well, all I can tell you is, quit gardening. You obviously have NO experience growing plants. Sorry. I'd find a good farmer's market if I were you.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Sorry but I have produced lots of fruit over the years.

But this year the plants act like they are on the dole and they refuse to produce.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
It must be Tomato DOOM!
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OMG is it GLP Tomoto DOOM?
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
I will be good i promise lol, how am i supposed to be fruitfull the ladies here have no libido sigh what would you have me do
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
I will be good i promise lol, how am i supposed to be fruitfull the ladies here have no libido sigh what would you have me do
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Yes I Know what youíre talking about.

What a shame Ladies have become like that!

But back to the tomatoes plants they werenít worth saving: too much effort for nothing.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
I will be good i promise lol, how am i supposed to be fruitfull the ladies here have no libido sigh what would you have me do
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Yes I Know what youíre talking about.

What a shame Ladies have become like that!

But back to the tomatoes plants they werenít worth saving: too much effort for nothing.
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Were they blossoming? If they did, maybe they weren't pollinating. Next time, if the same thing starts, just give each blossom a tiny shake. You have to be careful not to pull the blossom off, though. Better luck next year!?!
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
If only if I could of sent those tomatoes plants to hell I think I would of had more satisfaction.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
This year they were not worth saving!
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
It probably won't make you feel any better, but my tomatoes were crap last summer, too. High heat and drought will do that. Didn't have enough to do this...tomato
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
It probably won't make you feel any better, but my tomatoes were crap last summer, too. High heat and drought will do that. Didn't have enough to do this...tomato
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Iím sorry to hear that, it's very disappointing when you put allot of effort in helping something and it remains lifeless and refuses to respond.
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It probably won't make you feel any better, but my tomatoes were crap last summer, too. High heat and drought will do that. Didn't have enough to do this...tomato
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Iím sorry to hear that, it's very disappointing when you put allot of effort in helping something and it remains lifeless and refuses to respond.
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Gardening out here is a challenge and the soil on our land isn't good. We've been working on it for years and it's starting to look better. The weather makes it almost impossible some years, plus it's been changing the last few years. I've been thinking of some things to try this year, it's almost become a skirmish between me and the heat/drought!LOL We'll see. Thankfully, it's still fun...most of the time.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
I bought the plants at the hardware store this year, perhaps they were hybrid plants. You know what Iím talking about.

If that is the case no wonder they did not produce.

God's law is about kind after kind.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
I bought the plants at the hardware store this year, perhaps they were hybrid plants. You know what Iím talking about.

If that is the case no wonder they did not produce.

God's law is about kind after kind.
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You might want to try growing your own next from heirloom seed. It's pretty easy, really. The only thing they don't like is tobacco smoke. If you smoke, you'll have to keep them somewhere where there is no smoke.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
I bought the plants at the hardware store this year, perhaps they were hybrid plants. You know what Iím talking about.

If that is the case no wonder they did not produce.

God's law is about kind after kind.
 Quoting: DOGSTAR


You might want to try growing your own next from heirloom seed. It's pretty easy, really. The only thing they don't like is tobacco smoke. If you smoke, you'll have to keep them somewhere where there is no smoke.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thank You!

Next year it will only be pure seed with no hybrids plants.
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
There's alot of good stuff on youtube on how to plant from seed and about heirloom/open pollinated seed. Just be careful, Monsanto is starting to get into that market. It's hard to track down, but find a reputable company for heirloom seeds in AUS. Try not to get too discouraged. The weather can't stink forever! At least...I hope not.wall
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
Hasn't it been really hot there? If the temp is high than 95F, the blossoms won't set fruit. We have that problem every summer in W. Texas. Lot's of days in the 100's. We either replant or most of us just keep nursing them along until it cools off.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Yes!

But that's no excuse.

I have been making sure they have been watered every day.

If they cannot produce kind after kind they have NO VALUE!
 Quoting: DOGSTAR


Well, all I can tell you is, quit gardening. You obviously have NO experience growing plants. Sorry. I'd find a good farmer's market if I were you.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Sorry but I have produced lots of fruit over the years.

But this year the plants act like they are on the dole and they refuse to produce.
 Quoting: DOGSTAR


feed them potassium sulfate..
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Re: I just pulled out all my tomato plants out of the ground because they were not producing fruit.
There's alot of good stuff on youtube on how to plant from seed and about heirloom/open pollinated seed. Just be careful, Monsanto is starting to get into that market. It's hard to track down, but find a reputable company for heirloom seeds in AUS. Try not to get too discouraged. The weather can't stink forever! At least...I hope not.wall
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Next year I will buy my seed from Eden Seeds.

[link to www.edenseeds.com.au]

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