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Connie
Growing Tiny Tim tomatoes in a pot. Plenty of fruit but leaves yellowing What should I do?

I read that liquid feeding fortnightly is essential and these tomatoes vitually disease free. Is this correct?

Submitted: 10:58AM, 13 Nov 2011
Answer: Hi Connie,

When your tomato bush is producing lots of fruit, it will need regular applications of fertiliser to keep the bush producing lush green foliage as well as lots of fruit. Leaves yellowing is a sign of nutrient deficiency so applying a product such as Thrive Soluble Flower & Fruit Fertiliser, this will give your crops the necessary nutrients it needs to continue producing. Apply the product on a weekly basis while the plant is producing fruit.

Hope your tomato bush continues to thrive and give you lots of summer tomatoes.

Answered: 12:39PM, 16 Nov 2011

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