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Dendra wrote:I haven't grown eggplant very often so am not that experienced with it. I do know it takes a longer season to grow them than some other veggies. You said they were in the shade, that was likely a big factor. Another might be that the blossoms were not pollinated.
With most tomatoes, which are in the same family as eggplant, blossoms also will drop if it's not warm enough over night. I think that's in the mid 50*F. Perhaps eggplant has a similar warmth requirement. Just a guess.
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