When do tomato plants start producing fruit?

Answer Tomato plants generally start producing fruit as soon as the plant reaches maturity. This occurs anywhere from 45 to 90 days after transplanting and also depends on the type of tomato plant.Source:... Read More »

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How do I keep deer from tomato plants& dwarf fruit trees?

FencesBuild a deer fence around the entire perimeter of the yard that needs protecting. A 6 to 8 foot woven-wire fence will prevent deer from entering as long as it is enclosed and sits flush again... Read More »

How to Start Tomato Plants at Home?

Starting your own tomatoes proves to be an economical way to grow the vegetables in your home garden. Choosing the appropriate method to start tomato plants will depend on your personal preference.... Read More »

What color does the fruit start out at on pepper plants?

The immature fruit of many kinds of pepper plants is green, though some species’ fruit start out as other colors. For instance, the fruit of both the Banana and Wax pepper plants starts out yello... Read More »

Why did my pear trees stop producing fruit?

You apparently pruned the new wood which makes the blooms. It will take two or three years to make fruiting wood. You should have them bloom next year, but don't prune anymore.