Newly transplanted tomatoes wilting bad


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I just transplanted a bunch of tomato plants, they were all over a foot tall, some taller. I did it on a cloudy evening and the following morning I watered them and added plant food. At first I thought i burned them but everything else in that patch looked fine so I'm guessing transplant shock. What should I do to save them from dieing!?
 
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I just transplanted a bunch of tomato plants, they were all over a foot tall, some taller. I did it on a cloudy evening and the following morning I watered them and added plant food. At first I thought i burned them but everything else in that patch looked fine so I'm guessing transplant shock. What should I do to save them from dieing!?
Where do you live and if they were just wilted it is probably transplant shock
 
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I live in Colorado. They're turning yellow now and water isn't helping. What should I do???
 
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