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is it worth planting old, leggy tomatoes?

8 years ago


I sprouted some seeds back in March and grew them in small plastic seed starters. I got kind of lazy and didn't do any gardening until about a month ago. The tomatoes are now in larger pots, but they are still small pots. They are leggy and looking quite sad. I'll upload pics asap. I was wondering if its worth planting them into the ground and hope they grow big and strong and give me some tomatoes. I ask because as you know, this will require work and money (soil and fertilizer). Or would you say its a lost cause?

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