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Deep learning of the tomato leaves for disease prediction

Tomato    India

We require the dataset images concerning the tomato leaf diseases acquired from plant village

Asked by: Dharsini (1 point)   Posted:January 8, 2019

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What is this?

Tomato    South of Houston. Halfway to Galveston.

Anyone know what causes this? This one tomato turned red very early. Everything else on the plant, and other plants, are still completely green. It wasn't pressed against the cage, a stem or another tomato.

Asked by: Geoff (2 points)   Posted:May 12, 2016

3 answers    1260 views

The plants  just started wilting
Tomato plants are dying

Tomato    None Given

The plants are just dying, Some have produced fruits (tomatoes ) but they don't develop and they just die.

Asked by: mbonea (1 point)   Posted:June 9, 2016

2 answers    937 views

tomato problems

Tomato    georgia

Seedlings are temperature protected, treated with fungicides ( "PREVIKUR ENERGY"). What is this disease what can be done?

Asked by: Agro Migros (agrochemical company) (1 point)   Posted:March 6, 2016

1 answer    661 views

Close up top of plant
Tomato Leaves Curling

Tomato    Long Island, NY

New homeowner and new to forum.  First attempt at a garden.  Any help would be much appriciated. One of my tomato plants has stopped growing and the top leaves are curling and feel coarse or dried out. Could this be due to weather/watering or is this most likely a diseased plant? Are...

Asked by: Chris (2 points)   Posted:June 23, 2015

2 answers    1661 views

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tomato seedlings

Tomato    South east South Australia

My tomato seeds have been planted since early September (southern Australia) and still have only their first leaves. They are in a hot house and look heathy. What can I do to speed them along?

Asked by: Louise Rockne (1 point)   Posted:October 18, 2014

2 answers    1746 views

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Tomato Pruning

Tomato    None Given

Does pruning your tomato plant open up the possibility of fungal diseases? If so, what is the best prevention treatment?

Asked by: Robert Poole (1 point)   Posted:May 10, 2017

1 answer    455 views

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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    2884 views

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How to grow tomatoes

Tomato    iran

Hi I need help with my tomatoes to grow step by step, how to use fertilizers and pesticides at what stage. Please let us choose to provide that information.

Asked by: mehdi (1 point)   Posted:June 21, 2014

2 answers    2095 views

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How to prevent wilt on tomatoes?

Tomato    USA

My entire tomato crop was wiped out because my plants got wilt last summer, what’s the best way to stop the same thing happening again this year?

Asked by: Maggie Muffins (8 points)   Posted:March 2, 2013

3 answers    5448 views

red plastic around tomatoes
red mulch or plastic for tomatoes

Tomato    None Given

I have heard of people using red mulch or plastic sheet around tomato plants to help ripen the fruits. Does this really work? I would like to hear from people with experience of this before I go coloring my garden! I manged to find a picture which I will try to upload

Asked by: Vicki Albright (2 points)   Posted:May 8, 2013

2 answers    2840 views

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Maintaining productivity of tomatoes in high tunnels

Tomato    None Given

I grow tomatoes organically in high tunnels. The tomatoes are grown in the ground, irrigated using drip, trellised on a string and with the exception of the cherries, fully suckered. The plants do great through mid-August, but start to run out of gas and productivity falls significantly in...

Asked by: Andy Fellenz (4 points)   Posted:April 20, 2013

4 answers    6775 views

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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

2 answers    1689 views

symptoms on tomato leaves
Tomato problems

Tomato    None Given

My tomato is producing well, well fertilized , well watered but: 1. some leaves are turning purple, does this look like calcium deficiency to you? 2. some have what looks like a disease but I can't tell what the white stuff is, it's not mildew 3. some have what looks like sun burn but its...

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:March 17, 2015

3 answers    1821 views

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How can I tell determinate and indeterminate tomatoes apart?

Tomato    FL

I have been trying to help my sister with the tomato seeds she planted and when I asked if they were determinate or indeterminate she looked at me like I just grew another head. Of course she has lost the packet and has no idea what kind of seeds she bought. My question is will I have to wait for...

Asked by: Denice Williams (3 points)   Posted:February 22, 2013

2 answers    7503 views

What is causing the leaves of my tomato plant to curl?

Tomato    St. Louis Missouri

Any help on what would make these leaves curl up and feel leathery. Plant has flowers for a bit now but doesn't seem to be growing tomatoes and it is growing in a pot

Asked by: tim (2 points)   Posted:June 8, 2014

2 answers    3076 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

1 answer    649 views

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

1 answer    779 views

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Container gardening

Tomato    None Given

I am a disabled veteran in a wheelchair, I garden in selfwatering containers on scaffolds. My problem is that I get a lot of wilting if I don't use drip irragation into the tank daily. This causes blossom end rot. Can I use gypsum when I plant, to try and prevent the rot?

Asked by: Joe DeGraw (1 point)   Posted:March 25, 2016

1 answer    501 views

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Deep learning of the tomato leaves for disease prediction

Tomato    India

We require the dataset images concerning the tomato leaf diseases acquired from plant village

Asked by: Dharsini (1 point)   Posted:January 8, 2019

0 answers    47 views

Tomato Plant 1
Tomato (Moneymaker) - Leaf curling and browning

Tomato    Wellington, South Africa

These are images from Planting 1 - Tomatoes (Moneymaker), transplanted on 16/09/2016, no dig, permaculture bed, square foot planting. The leaves are withered, browning, curling and generally does not look healthy. I have applied sulphur as leaf dusting to counter rust and have applied Epson salt...

Asked by: Chris (2 points)   Posted:December 19, 2016

4 answers    2018 views

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How to hand pollinate tomatoes, peppers and squash?

Tomato    near Johnstown, PA

I would like to hand pollinate my plants this year as I'm not satisfied by the yields I have been getting. What is the best way of doing this for tomatoes, peppers and squash?

Asked by: Larry Pelenski (4 points)   Posted:February 12, 2013

3 answers    13158 views

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Tomato Plant disease dataset

Tomato    India

I want to predict tomato plant disease using machine learning techniques. Please help me out with the dataset

Asked by: srazz (1 point)   Posted:February 24, 2019

1 answer    148 views

ID please

Tomato    Guatemala

Can anybody help me with this color simptomatology?

Asked by: Erick (1 point)   Posted:November 7, 2018

0 answers    153 views

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Data base of a tomato plant

Tomato    India

sir,can you please provide me the data base of a tomato plant

Asked by: mounika (1 point)   Posted:March 4, 2019

1 answer    149 views

Diseased fruit
Tomato disease

Tomato    Paraguay

What is this disease? These tomato plants, I would like to know what is the problem please. Thank you

Asked by: Guido Lopez (2 points)   Posted:March 2, 2016

4 answers    1511 views

Tomato transplants 23 days after sowing shows black spots on cotyledon leaf.
Could be a bacterial disease?

Tomato   

My 23 days old tomato seedling cotyledons exhibit spots like chemical burn or bacterial. Please help me in identifying the problem.

Asked by: Jorge Hernandez (1 point)   Posted:May 12, 2017

1 answer    565 views

Aphid damage to tomatoes?

Tomato    None Given

I have a very good and healthy tomato plant. I recently noticed it's leaves getting a bit damaged and i found big aphids. The plant is fruiting just fine but I was worried so I pruned the really damaged vines. Can you check the images to make sure the damage to the leaves was caused by the...

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:February 6, 2015

2 answers    2438 views

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Best way to add calcium to soil to prevent blossom end rot?

Tomato    SC

I have a tomato growing question. I have experienced problems with blossom end rot on past tomato crops and I would like to try growing some again this year. If it is caused by a calcium deficiency then what is the best way of supplementing the soil?

Asked by: Melanie Young (1 point)   Posted:April 1, 2013

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Holes and yellow marks on a tomato leaf
Holes and Yellow Marks on Tomato Leaves

Tomato    New Zealand

Hi! I'm a very new gardener, so anything that's out of the ordinary will definitely worry me. I've noticed that some leaves have yellow marks, and some of those also have small holes in it. Please tell me if it's anything serious, and what I can do about this. Thank you all!

Asked by: Naomi (1 point)   Posted:November 5, 2017

1 answer    596 views