You Too Can Save Your Broken Tomato Plant!

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Cut end of broken branch at an angle making sure all damage is cut off. Place in water. Change water daily for first couple of days. If you want to add a ver…

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  1. Just out of curiosity, did your plant continue to thrive? We just had a
    freak hail storm, and one of the branches from my cherry tomato plant broke
    off. It has vines of unripe fruit, and flowers. I’ve read that I can
    stick the branch directly in soil, but that I should cut off all the fruit
    and flowers. I’d prefer to keep the fruit if possible. I currently have
    the branch sitting in a container of water, and the leaves have perked back
    up. So now I am curious to know if you had success with your method of
    rooting first in water, and then transplanting into a pot of soil. Thanks!

  2. Praise God ! Thank you! Thank you! Thank You! We have vines that fell
    through the cages and broke. I was thinking about cutting them off and
    trying this or splinting the two pieces back together at a proper position,
    so our tomatoes don’t rot on the ground any suggestions?

  3. I had one of those hanging bag growers (horrible heavy things!) break it’s
    hook and crash with a lovely grape tomato plant with dozens of blossoms and
    tiny green tomatoes on them.. all the stems with the buds broke off. Giving
    this a try and hoping all those weeks of waiting were in vain. Thank You!

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