No fruit on tomato plant

Asked July 12, 2017, 1:25 PM EDT

I bought a "Health Kick" tomato plant in Lancaster area and transplanted to a large ceramic pot in Wilkes-Barre area 2 months ago. In the past couple weeks I get yellow flowers and then they retreat and no yielding of Fruit - why is this?
I read it's a determinate tomato plant and to not remove any flowers or shoots from the stems, therefore I've left the plant alone. It gets sun for 8 hours and I water every other day.

Luzerne County Pennsylvania

1 Response

I'm having the same problem. The only fruiting tomato is my cherry. I think it is lack of sunlight. With all these wet days, the sun is not intense enough and the flowers don't develop. Hopefully we will get some hot dry days sooner or later. All of us are dying for tomatoes.