How to grow tomatoes in hot weather

When days hit 85°F to 90°F and nights hover above 75°F, tomato flowers often fail to pollinate, then drop—which in turn puts new fruit production on hold. The longer the heat lasts, the longer those tomato flowers will continue to hit the pause button. But don’t throw in the harvest basket just yet. Instead, find out what you can do about it.

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