My bucket tomatoes are thriving. This heat has me watering heavily during the evening. Tonight I came home and noticed that one of my Roma plants had fallen over. I suspect because of the heat and number of tomatoes about 10 so far with plenty more blooms. I picked a few of the larger green ones off to take some of the weight off the plant. I’ve staked them and tied them off since they’ve began to produce. The main stalk had crimped above the bottom few branches, but was not broken or cracked in any way. I carefully straightened it out, added a few more ties around the main stalk, gave a generous amount of water, and a little high nitrogen fertilizer. Is it a good possibility that my plant will survive? I’m not new to this stuff, but I’m a bit out of practice. This is the first year in a long time that I’ve grown anything. Tomorrow I plan to add some more stakes and better support as some of my plants have outgrown the original stakes.