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flowers on tomato plants do not turn into tomatoes

i live in central florida and have a veggie garden. i have 3 tomato plants that get flowers but they fall off before turning into tomatoes. what is the problem? someone told me they may not be pollinated. are there other reasons? please reply as soon as possible. thank you.
Submitted by lemerson882222

Hi, When tomato flowers fall off it can mean several things. First, early blossoms on your plants often do fall off naturally. Also, if the temps are too high or too cold, the flowers can fall off. And, if they are not pollinated they could fall off. It's generally an environmental problem that  you can't really fix yourself.

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if the rain is too heavy it can also destroy the flowers
Submitted by bukonlaajayi