Answer: I have a feeling you were overfeeding your garden just a tad! When plants grow lush and do not blossom or fruit, it's a sign of too much nitrogen. Plants are in heaven, but it's no Eden for the gardener who wants tomatoes! I suggest having your soil tested. It may seem like a lot of money to spend when you are on a limited budget, but it can save you bundles in fertilizer and time, and takes you one step furter towards successful gardening. Your soil test results will specify how much of what sort of fertilizer your crops need. As always, plenty of organic matter and compost are the best foundation for healthy plants. For a soil test, contact your extension office at 405-278-1125.
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