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Texas Container Tomatoes Splitting

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We are growing tomatoes in containers in Zone 8a, Kaufman County, Texas and watering daily but the tomatoes are splitting and even though they taste great they are not very juicy. Any suggestions?

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Sounds like too much water or

Sounds like too much water or too much water retention by the potting medium.


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