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Old May 26, 2016   #6
Worth1
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Lets just say it is water logged for a minute.

In my experience and I have a lot of it this year, you could almost say I am and expert on water logged tomato plants.

If and that is a big if, the plant seems to recover at night and then droops during the day and this continues the plant will live, one day it wont droop or droop less.
If the plant continues to droop at night and the day if it isn't put in a pot to dry out it will die.
One way or the other it has a compromised root system and will take time to recover.
As for rain, it rained again today.
This time right after I mowed, I haven't mowed in weeks because of the rain.

I want to add your plant looks nothing near as bad as some of mine did.

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