Asked September 25, 2023, 2:20 PM EDT
I am growing squash, cucs, and tomatoes in containers. The tomatoes seem spent in terms of fruit, but I continue to prune dead stems and to fertilize (calcium/mag) because the plants seem to be getting a lot of new growth, including flowers. Am I wasting my time? On the other hand, the cucs and squash plants don't look robust anymore, but are still producing fruit, albeit smaller and at a slower rate, so I'm also continuing to fertilize them, and I guess I will continue to do so until something kills them. (So my main question is about the tomatoes).
Baltimore City County Maryland