The wife and I planted several tomato plants of all different varieties. I think we probably have upwards of 15-20 plants in the greenhouse. The greenhouse has been plenty warm and we keep them watered pretty well, although not too much. The plants are huge (not leggy though) and have tons of yellow blossoms all over them. We've run a fan in there and shake them occasionally to aid in pollination. Despite all of the blossoms, we are not seeing any tomatoes on any of the plants. If they are not here yet, are we going to run out of time to actually have tomatoes? We planted them from seed back in May and they've been very strong plants. They showed lots of signs of promise, but we are starting to wonder if all we are going to get is a bunch of yellow blooms.
We've got a number of green zuchinni in and will probably pick those in a few days. Our yellow zuc plants, however, have several vegetables in, but they are all rotten. They are soft and mushy, with a couple near the bottom even haven completely molded over. This was when they were very small - they didn't grow to size and then mold away, they are just not making it. What could be the cause of this? My wife mentioned that one of the broccoli heads is also rotting away.
We have a lot of plants in the greenhouse. Is it possible to put too many in there, and cause problems for all of them?
Thanks in advance.