Bean and tomato problem

Tomato    None Given

Not sure what's causing the leaf changes. Is it lack of fertilizer or a disease

Asked by: Doug phillips (1 point)   Posted:June 22, 2016

2 answers    1588 views

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Purple Russian

Tomato    London

I have recently been given a purple Russian tomatoe plant. It currently is on my bedroom window sill and seems to be doing ok , but it is getting bigger, so should I move the plant outside and into a larger pot? It may seem obvious to move it outside but I'm concerned with wildlife ruining it.

Asked by: Michael Hamilton (2 points)   Posted:May 25, 2014

3 answers    2494 views

Viruses or mutation? Other plants that do not show symptoms

Tomato    Italia

The leaves are all with such symptomatology. Other plants that do not show symptoms.

Asked by: Dr. Raffaele Giurato (6 points)   Posted:December 15, 2015

2 answers    1526 views

Tomato plant not fruiting, has double stem

Tomato    None Given

i have two cherry tomato plants, both are healthy and growing yet both grew with a double stem on each plant " see images" it is healthy but not fruiting at all is there something i should do? Update the plant flowers all of the time but never sets fruit

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

2 answers    2747 views

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Tomato seeds not germinating

Tomato    Fort Worth, Texas

I am having a problem in germinating the tomato seeds. First, I tried by placing seeds inside the paper towels and later in tiny individual pod trays but no result. Now I am thinking to buy the seedlings which seem to be a good deal. My question is what went wrong and which is the best way to...

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

3 answers    2068 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    13956 views

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tomato's diseases prediction using machine learning

Tomato    Alaska

we are trying to resolve an agricultural project using machine learning on tomato's diseases. For which we are in need of some numeric and image data set related to tomato's diseases. Can anyone please help us out with specific terms?

Asked by: tahmina (1 point)   Posted:February 19, 2019

0 answers    213 views

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    1817 views

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    1048 views

Tomato problem

Tomato    None Given

Tomato plant aborting the flower, small fruits become dried but not all plants have the symptom. What is the reason?

Asked by: Fabio Centurion (1 point)   Posted:October 21, 2016

0 answers    849 views

Can you identify this tomato problem?

Tomato    Australia

I have a few tomato plants growing in a wicking bed. They've been growing well up until a couple of weeks ago, when their growth started slowing dramatically. The leaves have begun to wither and curl upwards, and have taken on a slight brown/yellow hue. I initially thought they may be dehydrated,...

Asked by: Peter Rolfe (1 point)   Posted:December 6, 2014

1 answer    1595 views

Is it a bacterium?
Dataset

Tomato    Mexico

Good morning. I am a student at the National Center for Technological Research and Development (CENIDET) in the State of Morelos, Mexico. I would like to know if I can obtain the Clavibacter michiganensis subsp databases. michiganensis (bacterial chancre of tomato), Xanthomonas vesicatoria...

Asked by: ad├ín (1 point)   Posted:May 8, 2018

1 answer    698 views

Yellowing Of tomato leaves and some leaves have necrotic areas
Tomato Problem

Tomato    None Given

What could be problem causing wilting and yellowing of the tomato plants?

Asked by: Martha Muli (1 point)   Posted:May 22, 2017

2 answers    1073 views

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Growing tomatoes in the same place after disease

Tomato    None Given

I grew tomatoes least year and they got heavily infected with disease. I was told it was late blight which I see has spores. It it ok to plant in the same place twice? I think I am asking for trouble...

Asked by: Denis Schneider (1 point)   Posted:March 19, 2013

3 answers    1778 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

0 answers    280 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    8378 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

2 answers    1032 views

Yellowing tomato leaves

Tomato    None Given

We have 4 tomato plants and they started to slowly die. The first plant that died started to have yellowing leaves and within days the whole 4 foot plant was dead. Now we're noticing our other plants facing the same fate. 1. What is happening to them? 2. Can we stop it? 3. How do I stop this from...

Asked by: Molly (1 point)   Posted:July 12, 2016

1 answer    1992 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

1 answer    208 views

Yellowing curling leaves on Tomato plant

Tomato    New Zealand

A few of the leaves on the tomato plant is starting to show signs of something, but I'm not sure how serious it is. The plant overall looks a little wilted since a couple of weeks ago. If I could get some advice, I'd appreciate it! Thanks all!

Asked by: Naomi (1 point)   Posted:November 12, 2017

1 answer    916 views

Soft beige growths ascending from base of stem upwards
Root rot?

Tomato    Alabama

Just need help figuring out what happened to my tomato plant. I live in lower Alabama and am inclined to blame this on heavy, daily rain. Any insight and/or advice for the future would be greatly appreciated!

Asked by: Kelsey King (1 point)   Posted:August 21, 2016

5 answers    2471 views

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

3 answers    3981 views

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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 (1 point)   Posted:July 13, 2013

3 answers    3040 views

Stunted tomato plants

Tomato    Haryana, India

Hi, all. My tomato plants seem to be stunted. They're about 50 percent as tall as they should be. I hope you can see that the leaves looks a bit wilted too. This is also the case for many -- but not all -- of the plants over a 20 acre area, despite no behavior changes in irrigation or fertilizer...

Asked by: Gautam Kumar (1 point)   Posted:November 21, 2014

2 answers    2250 views

Phytophthora infestans and bacteriosis diseases?

Tomato    Italia

Tomato cherry in grenhouses cultivation, plants growing in soilless. The affected plants show the same symptoms about 65%. The affected area is 1 hectare. Symptom complex: chlorosis of apical shoots, necrosis punctiform of leaves, necrosis internal on the fruits, flabby leaves, empty stem....

Asked by: Dr. Raffaele Giurato (6 points)   Posted:February 16, 2016

1 answer    1112 views

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Best way to support tomato plants?

Tomato    MI

Can somebody recommend a good way of supporting my tomato plants. I have always used cages in the past but I find the standard ones to be very unstable and I am always scared that a good gust of wind will topple the whole thing. I am growing Brandywines and Cherokee purples for the first time....

Asked by: Abby (7 points)   Posted:May 23, 2013

5 answers    6700 views

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

1 answer    981 views

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Curly top virus in Tomato

Tomato    None Given

How can I get rid of curly top virus on tomato plant?

Asked by: Bill (2 points)   Posted:April 10, 2016

2 answers    710 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    1121 views

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bacterial wilt

Tomato    Busia,Kenya

the tomatoes plant dries up before maturity. how can this be managed in a tomatoes farm?

Asked by: Simon Odunga (1 point)   Posted:January 30, 2020

1 answer    73 views