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Take off the lower, smaller leaves at the stem. Plant the tomato deeper up to about an inch below the larger leaves. It is good for tomato plants to be this deep, you will get more and larger fruit.

Posted on May 08, 2011

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SOURCE: why are my tomato plant leaves staring to curl inwards, no visible sign of disease, maintaining watering etc.

go google and type in -- problems with tomato leaves curling--
there are heaps of sites with good advice on the problem and what to do

Posted on Nov 29, 2016

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How do I recognise tomato blight ?? do the leaves go brown and how can I treat it


prevention is better than cure. It is a fungal attack. Pictures and info in the link.

How do you prevent early blight?
  • Rotate crops. Early blight remains active for a year. Spores can be dormant in the soil for several years.
  • Plant disease-resistant hybrids to strengthen your plant's chances of being blight-free.
  • Plant tomatoes in a raised bed to improve drainage and prevent diseases from spreading.
  • Give tomato plants extra space (more than 24 inches) to let air to move among leaves and keep them dry.
  • Water the soil - not the plants - to prevent splashing. Avoid overhead watering.
  • Mulch with black plastic or landscape fabric to prevent fungus from spreading up onto leaves.
  • Stake tomato plants for better circulation.
  • Remove and destroy affected plants at the end of the season.

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When tomato plants put on green tomatoes. yellow leaves form at bottom with black spot inside. Usually killing plant. can you help?


Might be Tomato Mosaic. Plant should be destroyed as it can spread to other plants. Tobacco on hands can start it off strangely enough. Or could be too much watering at one go, moderate watering about twice a week in dry hot weather, and a little shade while the leaves are still tender. Feed often, but not too strong.

Apr 11, 2017 | Garden

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Why are my tomato plant leaves staring to curl inwards, no visible sign of disease, maintaining watering etc.


go google and type in -- problems with tomato leaves curling--
there are heaps of sites with good advice on the problem and what to do

Nov 29, 2016 | Garden

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Tomato plants have had no flowers.Mainly Grosse Lisse. Grown in plant bed with 8 hours sun per day. Fertilised dug in with pot ash before planting.Just under a metre tall with good green foliage


Interesting. I have three tomato plants this year which bore no fruit. One was a $20 grafted tomato and was huge, but no flowers.

A horticulturalist told me he though I had a virus. I will be sterilizing the soil with Jeyes Fluid twice, now and about a month before planting.

Nov 24, 2016 | Garden

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Why home grown tomotos might turn black on the bottom?


Here you go. I found this to help you out.



Tomato plants tend to develop blossom-end rot when they receive uneven amounts of moisture. For example, plants that go from being too dry to too wet, then back, are susceptible to the disease. To prevent this, water your tomatoes regularly. Removing affected fruit can prevent blossom-end rot from spreading to new tomatoes. Tomato plants need 1 inch of water per week, on average.



Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8223873_do-turn-black-bottom-growing.html

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Why do the leaves on tomato plants near the ground turn yellow?


The main cause is lack of nutrients because the top leaves are blocking the sunlight. This is not something to worry about. A tomato plant cannot support all of the leaves and have great fruit production too. You should selectively prune some of the leaves on mature plants to promote large tomatoes.

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Spots on tomatoes


If the spots are mostly at the bottom of the tomato, more like one blotch, it is from not having enough lime in your soil. It is called bottom rot.Putting lime in the soil is called sweetening the soil with lime.This is what you need to do for bottom rot. If it is in other places and more than one spot, it could be from insects crawling on and defecating on the tomatoes or maybe a type of fungus or mold. Hope you only need garden lime. It will save your tomatoes from bottom rot since it is early in the year.

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What are the health benefits of tomato juice?


Tomatoes are a very popular vegetable. They are tasty, versatile, affordable, and provide a variety of health benefits. Tomatoes are featured in a variety of recipes and can be used in a number of different ways. One of the most popular options for consuming tomatoes is in tomato juice. The juice is rich, tasty, and filled with health benefits.
It is always best to squeeze your own tomato juice from fresh tomatoes, if you choose pre-made juice, be sure the sodium level is within a healthy range for your daily intake.


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How to put stand together and plant tomatoes


Take off the lower, smaller leaves at the stem. Plant the tomato deeper up to about an inch below the larger leaves. It is good for tomato plants to be this deep, you will get more and larger fruit.

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