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Tomatoes Blooming Early?

Post  Blackrose on 5/24/2011, 9:47 am

I was hoping to get my tomatoes into the SFG over the weekend, but the weather just would not cooperate long enough for me. So, I'm hoping today is the day as long as the rain stays away for an hour.

Here's my question... A few of my tomato plants have started blooming already. Should I be worried about this? Should I pinch them off or leave them?

Now, if I'm understanding inderteminate and determinate properly, it may be ok that the indeterminates are blooming as I'll just get some early tomatoes. But, what about my Black Sea Man determinate? It has a couple of clusters of blooms. Will these be the only tomatoes I get from this plant?

I'm really a newbie when it comes to tomatoes. So any help would be much appreciated!

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