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 Can tomato plants have too much water?

Answer Over-watered tomato plants are susceptible to disease. Gardeners are encouraged to water deeply once every couple of days rather than water lightly more often, and to water at ground level. Over-wa... Read More »
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How much water do tomato plants need?

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How much water do I give tomato plants?

Tomato plants need 1 in. to 2 in. of water each week to grow well and produce good-quality fruit. The best way to satisfy the water needs of your tomato plants is to water them for five minutes fou... Read More »
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How Much Should You Water Tomato Plants Every Day?

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Will excessive amount of water cause tomato plants to have wilted looking leaves?

Tomato plants produce wilted-looking leaves because of the lack of water, not an excess. When the soil dries out, the leaves begin to wilt. Watering the tomato plants should revive the leaves. Exce... Read More »
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