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Brown spots on tomato

Tomato    FL, United States

I just picked my first two ripe tomatoes of the year! Think I got lucky - first tomato plants I've ever grown. I keep the plants in containers on the deck out back and I noticed that one of the other tomatos thats still green has some brown spots on it!! Could I have damaged it somehow or is this...

Asked by: Lauren S. (1 point)   Posted:January 30, 2013

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Necrosis of the leaf base, followed by yellowing and leaf death.
Greenhouse tomato are infected systemically. What is the pathogen?

Tomato    Moscow

Black spots in the bottom of leaves turn into necrosis, stem necrotic lesions spread along veins to fruits and cause fruit necrosis and soft rot. Disease is fast-spreading. Samples of plants are under analysis, but maybe, somebody has met the disease before???

Asked by: alex ignatov (33 points)   Posted:August 9, 2016

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some of my tomatoes showing brown spots
What are these spots

Tomato    None Given

Can someone please tell me what these spots are on my tomatoes? Are they safe to eat and how do I prevent them in the future. Thank you

Asked by: Craig Stevenson (2 points)   Posted:September 16, 2016

1 answer    751 views

Roma has white spots.
Tomato seedlings

Tomato    None Given

My Tomato seedlings have white spots on some of them and seem like some leaves are drying up. What can it be? They are still under lights as I live in CT and have like 3 weeks before I can plant them out. How can I help them. Do I remove those leaves?

Asked by: Lourdes Ripolls-Torres (1 point)   Posted:April 24, 2017

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Tomato plant deficiency

Tomato    None Given

Please see the image I've attached - it seems like it's a nitrogen or phosphate deficiency!? Is it ?

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:June 1, 2015

1 answer    1069 views

Tomato disease - what is it & should I be worried about next season

Tomato    Lausanne, Switzerland

In early July, all my tomatoes started getting spots on leaves. The bottom leaves were affected first, and they turned brown quickly. I was abroad at that time, and by the time I got home things had deteriorated quickly, and all plants were affected. Because the tomato fruits didn't look...

Asked by: deactivated (25 points)   Posted:August 24, 2013

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Dataset of tomato leaves

Tomato    Cameroon

Dear, I am developing an app for crop diseases detection. I read in some research articles that they were able to get images from plantvillage.org. What should I do to be able to use those images too. Best wishes. Adamou.

Asked by: Adamou (1 point)   Posted:December 14, 2018

1 answer    15 views

Want a reference or answer

Tomato    Pakistan

Hi I am a final year student I want to ask that the data-set of tomatoes leafs which was present on PlantVillage can be used for the tomatoes of any region or a specific region. If it can be used for the tomatoes of any region then what is the reason? or if any reference can be provided.

Asked by: Neamatullah (1 point)   Posted:June 25, 2018

1 answer    137 views

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about yellow leaf curl virus tomato disease

Tomato    Pakistan

I needed information about yellow leaf curl virus tomato,like its symptoms,images etc.

Asked by: Farah Saeed (1 point)   Posted:October 13, 2017

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Protecting tomatoes from late blight

Tomato    Zone 7B

The recent very wet weather seems to be helping late blight emerge early this year and I have plenty of tomato plants that I need to try and protect. I don't use fungicides, my plants are well spaced. Does anybody know of anything organic I can use to protect my tomatoes?

Asked by: cara smith (3 points)   Posted:July 13, 2013

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My tomato 1 plant looking a bit strange
Tomato plant, sick or nutrition?

Tomato    None Given

Hi, My name is Kareem. I live in Dubai and I am new to gardening. I have Tomatoes among other plants. Two weeks ago I added much needed fertilizer, most the tomato plants are doing well, but just two are acting strange. I added Cow Manure, Calcium in the soil and calcium to the leaves, Sea Weed...

Asked by: Kareem (2 points)   Posted:April 13, 2017

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New growth affected on tomato
Stunted, pale curling leaves on new growth

Tomato    Australia

Roma tomatoes planted in a new bed. Mulched with straw and drip watered. previously healthy, now new growth paler, stunted, curling. Is this a fungal or bacterial problem or something else? Can I treat or do I need to remove the 2 plants currently affected from my crop.

Asked by: Julie Thompson (1 point)   Posted:November 28, 2014

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Sour-tasting tomatoes - What causes this?

Tomato    Central Florida - Zone 9A/9B

What is causing freshly-grown tomatoes to constantly be sour, regardless of variety. It must be something in the culture/environment as the neighbor's tomatoes are fine. This question came into our Plant Clinic and I have had problems finding any reliable, proven reasons why this would happen.

Asked by: Susan League, UF/IFAS Sumter Program Assistant (30 points)   Posted:April 20, 2013

1 answer    3521 views

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Tomato for machine learning

Tomato    South Korea

Hello,I would like to ask you if you can provide dataset for Tomato,strawberry and lettuce Thank You.

Asked by: jesse (1 point)   Posted:January 15, 2019

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Bacterial spot on tomato fruit

Tomato    Italia

Necrosis on tomato fruits. Only the fruits show symptoms. What is Xanthomonas?

Asked by: Dr. Raffaele Giurato (6 points)   Posted:April 3, 2016

1 answer    615 views

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Tomatillos not producing very much fruit

Tomato    None Given

I have a couple of tomatillos (Husks) which do not seem to fruit enough (I get 3 fruits a day per tree... not much I guess). Do you think it is because they are self-pollinating?

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:February 11, 2015

1 answer    1078 views

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Topping tomato plants

Tomato    Zone 7B

So having read a bit more about growing indeterminates I have another question. Some people seem to advocate topping the tomato plants to ripen fruit later in the season, while other recommend simply pinching off flowers and new fruits. What is the opinion on here, is one method better than the...

Asked by: cara smith (3 points)   Posted:March 12, 2013

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Tomatoes are rotting on the bottom.

Tomato    NYC

My beefsteak tomatoes are rotting on the bottom. What's causing it? Can they be saved? What can I do to help them?

Asked by: michelle (5 points)   Posted:August 2, 2015

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Tomato transplant after 7 days, showing spots and browning.
Spots, yellowing and brown edges on leaves of tomato plant

Tomato    State College, PA

I bought a tomato plant and transplanted it about 7 days ago. Now it is showing lots of yellow spots/holes on the older leaves and the lowest leaves are turning brown. What are the likely causes? I have seen flea beetles on a few other types of veggie plants nearby. Also, the plants are in...

Asked by: Ruth Nissly (6 points)   Posted:May 28, 2016

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Smoking and tomato viruses

Tomato    CT

I'm a smoker and a good friend and fellow gardener informed me that I had to be careful around my tomatoes as I could pass diseases from the tobacco to them. I thought he was yanking my chain but a google search revealed the truth. What do I do to avoid passing viruses to the plants? Can it be...

Asked by: Rod Morrison (2 points)   Posted:July 2, 2013

2 answers    2739 views

Tomato leaf.
burned tomato leaves?

Tomato   

Hello, my tomato plant's leaves turned like this from one day to another, what is it for? They look like if they have been burned and I don't think is because of the sun because it hasn't been so hot here and because there is another tomato plant next to it and is totally fine. Also some of the...

Asked by: Romina (3 points)   Posted:November 18, 2013

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Is it a good idea to put Epsom salts on to tomato plants?

Tomato    FL

My friend swears by Epsom salts for her tomato plants. She says that it supplements the magnesium and prevents blossom-end rot. I thought blossom end rot was caused by a lack of calcium? Can the tomato plant really take anything up from the Epsom? If so then is there a particular concentration to...

Asked by: Denice Williams (3 points)   Posted:April 14, 2013

5 answers    34587 views

Early Girl Tomato
What caused this on my tomato

Tomato    Boston, Massachusetts

I have four early girl tomato plants. Today I harvested one tomato which looks like this. Can anyone let me know what is the reason? Thanks.

Asked by: adrianne (3 points)   Posted:August 12, 2016

3 answers    915 views

Problem with tomato plants

Tomato    None Given

Can anybody help me, I planted the tomato seedlings about 2 weeks ago and a few of them showing this kind of symptoms.

Asked by: Scott (1 point)   Posted:May 16, 2017

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Tomato (Moneymaker) - Fruit damage

Tomato    Wellington, South Africa

As per my previous question on the Moneymaker cultivar - these are now photos as requested on the fruit harvested this week. A total of 1,5kg. As can be seen some fruit has no damage - although there may be marks and some deformity (Image 3 and 8) while others obviously has sting marks and were...

Asked by: Chris (2 points)   Posted:December 29, 2016

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How do I ripen green tomatoes before cold weather?

Tomato    None Given

I would like to know what is the best thing to do with tomatoes that are still on the plant which have not ripened. I have several plants which still have fruit but I am worried about the weather turning colder and potentially killing them before they have a chance to ripen. Can I move the plants...

Asked by: Yvonne (1 point)   Posted:October 18, 2013

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How do I prune tomato plants?

Tomato   

My plants have gotten a bit out of control and I have no idea what to do with them. I've been pruning here and there but I have no idea what I am doing being honest. Can anyone provide some guidance to help me do it correctly?

Asked by: D. Thompson (2 points)   Posted:July 12, 2013

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Unknown disease, please help ID

Tomato    Syracuse,United States

I have tomatoes growing under fluorescent lights indoors, and a month ago a few of them began showing symptoms of necrotic looking spots on leaves followed by bleaching. It has now spread to about 1/4 of the population, with infected plants grouped together. It's an F3 population (approx 200) of...

Asked by: Matt (9 points)   Posted:August 2, 2018

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Plant new tomato seeds?

Tomato    None Given

Just wondering if anybody has any advice on whether I should pull up the tomato plants which survived over winter or will they produce a decent crop again? I have some beefsteaks which look OK but not sure how well they will do this year. Anybody tried this?

Asked by: Tucker123 (1 point)   Posted:February 1, 2013

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Tomato plant with tiny slits in the leaf
Tomato plants with tiny cuts in leaves

Tomato    None Given

I live in Northern Virginia and these tomatoes are grown in containers on a deck that gets a lot of sun. They were planted when it seemed like summer (high 70s) and then, this last week, temps have fallen into 40s at night and highs in the 50/60s. I don't see any insects on them, but multiple...

Asked by: Joe Albuquerque (2 points)   Posted:May 10, 2017

1 answer    396 views