Potted tomato plants?

United States
April 17, 2008 10:15am CST
I planted tomato plants in containers recently. This is the first year that I have tried to grow tomatoes. During the spring here it storms like once a week. So when it storms I bring the plants in to keep them from being knocked over. Well bringing them in and out of the different temperaters kill them?
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@besthope44 (12135)
• India
6 Jun 10
We grow tomato, onion and drumstick as of now
• India
24 May 08
hi friends good u planted tomato. tomato is useful vegetable. Its have Vitamin c fiber etc. We should eat five tomato daily. Its save for bad effect of sunlight. tomato is very tasty and also increase your eating power. I love tomato.
@XnatenE (38)
• United States
19 Apr 08
me and my husband have tomato plants inside our apartment and they are almost 2 1/2 feet tall, they look healthy.. i just hope they will successfully bear fruits.. i am just wondering should i start placing them outside...? well, we are on the third floor and we can only place them in the roof of the second floor, we can just jump out of our bedroom window to get ot the roof.. do you think it will be safe for them or should i have to keep them inside...
@Foxfire1875 (2011)
17 Apr 08
It won't kill the plant but you may find that the flowers or fruit drops off before ripening as plants don't like changes in temperature. There isn't really a solution to the problem, unless you can find somewhere that the temperature is constant whether that is inside or outside, you would know best.