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tomato

General    Quillota, Chile

Any opinions about this symptom in tomato plants?


Posted by: Bárbara (1 point) Bárbara
Posted: September 25, 2019




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A nutrient deficiency of some type. We could search and narrow it down but first provide details on how the plant is being grown

Pot vs soil in garden and what nutrients

UPDATE
It looks like Magnesium deficiency

Magnesium.
The Mg-deficient leaves, show advanced interveinal chlorosis, with necrosis developing in the highly chlorotic tissue. In its advanced form, magnesium deficiency may superficially resemble potassium deficiency. In the case of magnesium deficiency the symptoms generally start with mottled chlorotic areas developing in the interveinal tissue. The interveinal laminae tissue tends to expand proportionately more than the other leaf tissues, producing a raised puckered surface, with the top of the puckers progressively going from chlorotic to necrotic tissue.

https://www.hazera.us.com/deficiency-...


Posted by: David Hughes (42 points) David Hughes
Posted: September 25, 2019


Bárbara commented,
It is a plant with 6 clusters and both in ground tomatoes, as coconut fiber tomatoes present it. The symptom occurs in all leaves from the base to the third cluster.
27 days ago.

David Hughes commented,
updated answer
27 days ago.



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It is a plant with 6 clusters and both in ground tomatoes, as coconut fiber tomatoes present it. The symptom occurs in all leaves from the base to the third cluster.


Posted by: Bárbara (1 point) Bárbara
Posted: September 25, 2019




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