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FEATURE: How to Help Your Tomato Plants Survive the Heat
Even though tomatoes are the classic summer plant, it’s natural for gardeners to think they suffer when temperatures are too hot.
Here’s the good news: a heat wave will not likely be fatal for your tomato plants, especially if you can keep them watered. And more good news … tomato fruit already on the vine and ripening will likely be OK when it’s super hot outside.
Two problems for tomatoes in a heat wave:
It’s too hot for blossoms to be pollinated. That means your plants will have fewer fruit.
Heat stress forces a plant to increase transpiration (pumping water through its system) to survive, especially when the heat continues for prolonged periods.
You can reduce stress on your plants during a heat wave by watering them deeply at least once a day. Increase frequency of watering without increasing the amount of water the plants get to avoid water logging and killing the plants.
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Yes, it’s good to be a drip when it comes to watering your garden! Tomatoes need 1-3 inches of water a week.
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