Tomato plants can grow in very warm temperatures, as long as they are well-irrigated. However, the plants will drop their blossoms--and not produce fruit--if daytime temperatures go above 90 degrees Fahrenheit and nighttime temperatures go above 76 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Ohio State University Extension.
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