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Information about the database of images of early blight on tomato leaves

Tomato    Colombia

Good morning to everybody. I am writing to obtain information about the database of images of tomato leaves that have contracted early blight. I would like to know if it is possible to obtain the following data for each image that is inside the database: - Type or species of tomato - State...

Asked by: David Santiago Oliveros Sabogal (1 point)   Posted:March 21, 2019

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Indoor tomato plants

Tomato    Oregon

We have a very short growing period here and no greenhouse, so I am attempting to grow tomatoes indoors. I have had limited success, but know I can do better. I need tips on growing tomatoes indoors - lighting, grow space, air circulation, etc.

Asked by: Barbara H. Peterson (1 point)   Posted:July 19, 2013

2 answers    3280 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

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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    930 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    1811 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    169 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    2033 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 (1 point)   Posted:March 12, 2013

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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

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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

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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    785 views

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Tomato leaves drying at edges

Tomato    None Given

my tomato plant is doing good but the leaves started have started drying at the edges and it is spreading inwards. I haven't added anything other than pure water. it has no diseases or pests at all. I'm watering every other day and its not in full sun light

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:January 26, 2015

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How often should I water tomatoes grown in containers on an unshaded rooftop?

Tomato    New York

I live in New York City and grow a variety of vegetables in containers on our rooftop. Because of the configuration of the buildings around us, during the summer the plants get unbroken direct sunlight from approximately 7 or 8 am until about 3:30 or 4pm, if not later. Conditions on the rooftop...

Asked by: Jacob Dean (1 point)   Posted:March 1, 2019

1 answer    218 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

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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

3 answers    3686 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

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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

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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

1 answer    869 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    635 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    995 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

2 answers    642 views

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Controlling marmarated stink bug organically

Tomato    143 Saxton Lane Walker Valley NY 12588

have we gotten any closer in controlling the stink bug in the New York State, organically?

Asked by: Linda Borghi (1 point)   Posted:April 17, 2013

1 answer    1997 views

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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

7 answers    8962 views

Tomato disease or pest

Tomato    Chuka,Kenya

tomato plant in the green house. Yellowish brown leaves, browning at the edges. Middle leaves more affected

Asked by: D Kaburu (1 point)   Posted:September 12, 2018

1 answer    253 views

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Curling leaves on tomato plants

Tomato    None Given

A couple of the tomato plants in our garden have mishapen, curly leaves. Can anyone suggest the cause and remedy? I live in Brisbane Australia - which is a subtropical climate.

Asked by: Heidi (1 point)   Posted:June 3, 2014

2 answers    1739 views

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How many tomato plants should I grow (family of 4)

Tomato    None Given

All of us tomato lovers and would like a decent supply over the summer months. How many should I plant out to keep us going? Is there a very prolific fruit producing variety thats best?

Asked by: Vicki Albright (2 points)   Posted:February 23, 2013

3 answers    5948 views

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is it worth it to grow heirloom tomato varieties?

Tomato    SC

I am fascinated by some of the heirloom varieties of tomato out there. In particular, I have been looking at a variety called 'indigo rose' which looks beautiful and sounds delicious. I am not a big tomato grower although I've had good success on occasion. The last time I grew some I had problems...

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

3 answers    3054 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    413 views

Virus or nutrient deficiency?

Tomato    None Given

I'm really worried about these tomatoes. They are in a fairly new aquaponic system, so I was thinking nutrient deficiency, but I'm getting more and more afraid that they have a virus. All but one plant is affected. They new growth looks pretty good, this is mainly on older growth. Also, the...

Asked by: Tami Hallam (1 point)   Posted:July 19, 2016

3 answers    1866 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 (1 point)   Posted:November 18, 2013

3 answers    4647 views