Vegetable Plants - Knowledgebase Question

San Bernardino, Ca
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Question by luscious_mam
May 21, 2009
Hi,I'm a new gardener & I wanted to know if it's possible to revive a tomato & a green bean plant if I took it out of it's original pot. It was too small,so I changed it to a bigger one & I kind of killed it a little. I'm slowly reviving it. I see progress in it & hope,but I'm curious if there's something I'm unaware of that can help it get better a little faster so it could be stronger.

Answer from NGA
May 21, 2009
You might be surprised how tough little plants can be. All your plants need is adequate water and lots of sunshine. They should grow well once they get over the shock of being transplanted. You can try feeding with a half strength dilution of water soluable fertilizer (such as Miracle Gro). Best wishes with your vegetables!

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