What to Do if a Tomato Plant Stops Growing

Tomato plants should typically be 8 to 10 inches tall when they are transplanted. A tomato plant may stop growing because of a lack of sunlight or poorly aerated soil. If a tomato plant stops growing, place it in full sunshine in well-drained soil.

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