'Why is my plant not performing as I want it to?'

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Late summer garden woes 2014
“After spring, people are less interested in planting and more interested in finding out why is my plant not performing as I want it to?” Adam Cole with Down to Earth garden store said. Cole said one way to improve tomato health is to add liquid fertilizer. Any fruit on the vine should be OK, but several days above 90 degrees and you may have to water more than once daily.