Tomato plants - Knowledgebase Question

Dawsonville, GA
Question by maggie122097
July 30, 2007
I have a tomatoe plant (Do not know what kind of tomatoes) but the plant is dying. What can I do? Also I had the starter kitchen herb set and all of them died as well. What am I doing wrong that all of the plants that I want to grow die?

Help because I really want to do a small garden of vegetables on my back patio. Some squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, and whatever else I feel like. Can you please help. I am also on a budget. How do I get started and not kill anything that I am trying to grow.


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Answer from NGA
July 30, 2007

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Lisa,

Your question is really many in one. I'll provide some basic advice and then please ask additional specific questions as you go along so we can help you succeed in your gardening. I can't say for sure what killed your plants without more info and symptoms. However the basics are plenty of light, adequate soil moisture, good drainage (not soggy wet), moderate nutrition, and planting at the right time. The following web sites are a wealth of information on growing a vegetable garden in Georgia:

http://pubs.caes.uga.edu/caesp...
http://pubs.caes.uga.edu/caesp...

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