Tomatoes that take the heat?
publication date: Mar 1, 2012
When faced with long spells of daytime temperatures over 85°F and nights above 72°F, tomatoes may fail to set fruit.The plants may look dark green and vigorous, evidence that all other conditions are favorable. But blossoms just dry up and fall off.
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