(WZZM) What happened to your tomatoes? Many of us across West Michigan are noticing a slower crop this year. If it's too humid or too dry and hot it can affect the polination of your tomato plants.
Not to worry, Greenthumb Rick Vuyst says we should still see the fruit develop in September.
Another thing that can cause problems is the Tomato Horned Worm. If your tomatoes are green, try wrapping them in newspaper and let the gases from the paper ripen them up.