... it may be a determinate tomato which means at a certain stage it set all
the fruit and then didnt set anymore... this is controlled by day length...
next time get a light on it like in the middle of summer (more than 12 hours)
.. and check it for passengers ... solo
On Sun, 12 Jan 1997 17:08:40 -0500, Karen and Edward Leventhal
<eleventh at erols.com> wrote:
> We have a tomato tree. We bought
>it back in the Summer time, and planted it
>in a nice large pot. During the Summer and Fall,
>it grew very nicely, to about 3-4 feet tall with
>large leaves. However, when we brought it
>inside during the winter months (i.e. since November),
>the plant has been doing quite poorly --
>limp, wilted leaves, most of which have fallen off,
>as well as a small (about 3 inches long) section of
>the main 'trunk' which is brownish.
>> We've been watering it with the addition of
>Schultz Liquid Plant Food (7 drops per qt), and
>it gets sunlight through a window. Nothing seems to
>> We would greatly appreciate any suggestions, etc.
>Would a sunlamp, warm air, etc. help???
>>Thanks a lot,
> Karen & Ed