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Why is my tomato plant not producing fruit?
If your tomato plants aren't receiving enough light, they should be moved. Too little water – Tomatoes need plenty of water. Too little water results in poor fruit development. If the tomato plant has too little water, they may only produce a few flowers and then drop those flowers.
How can I encourage my tomato plants to flower?
Treat tomatoes to low-nitrogen snacks. Nitrogen feeds foliage growth at the expense of flowers, but phosphorus encourages flowering, so purchase fertilizer labeled for tomatoes and apply it as directed. Avoid over-fertilizing; the right amount of fertilizer encourages tomato plants to reproduce early and often.
Why are my tomatoes not producing flowers?
Nitrogen is important for the growth of tomato plants. Nitrogen-rich soil encourages healthy foliage growth in the early stages, but does not aid healthy flowers and fruits. Thus, too much nitrogen in the soil could be your flowering foe.