Answer: Tomatoes grown inside in a protected area need to become <br>acclimated to the sun and wind gradually. Never place them<br>in full sun abruptly. Take at least a week to acclimate them. The first day, place them in a protected semi-shade area for a few hours. The next day, give them an hour in the sun, a few more in that semi-shade. Gradually increase the amount of time outdoors until they are out all day in full sun. Shade screening would be helpful, but you don't really need it if you have some trees or another spot that receives part shade.<br><br>And remember that plants in pots outdoors will dry out quickly, so be sure to check them frequently.
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