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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

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Tomato plant infected with Septoria lycopersici.
Septoria on tomato leaves

Tomato    None Given

We have high incidence of septoria on tomato crop this year. It is not helping us even after spraying fungicide. Please provide more information on the disease and its control measures.

Asked by: mer sanjay (1 point)   Posted:August 6, 2016

4 answers    3061 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

1 answer    1644 views

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When to move tomatoes to the garden

Tomato   

When should I move my tomato plants into the garden? I started from seeds and all my plants are quite tall now but I’m not sure when to plant. I’m in Southern California.

Asked by: Fred Johnson (3 points)   Posted:February 1, 2013

4 answers    5074 views

Tomato leaf spotting caused by magnesium deficiency?

Tomato    State College, PA

This is a beefsteak tomato plant. Which nutrient deficiency or pest damage would produce the yellow blotching in the above pictures? The context is: 2 days after transplanting, large healthy plants, fertile garden soil, variety is beefsteak, and these leaves are the lower leaves - the upper...

Asked by: Annie Klodd (1 point)   Posted:June 6, 2016

3 answers    1620 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    2261 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    2589 views

Infected tomato fruits

Tomato    ICRISAT, India

I have doubt about these pictures. Is this Bloosm end rot of Tomato?

Asked by: Chandramani Raj (1 point)   Posted:June 28, 2016

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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: adán (1 point)   Posted:May 8, 2018

1 answer    838 views

Freckling on tomato
Freckling on tomatoes

Tomato    State College, PA

What typically causes freckling on tomatoes? This tomato pictured was picked today by a friend, who said that she only notices it on this one tomato, and only on the one plant. Other info: It has been raining this week which also caused splitting; variety is Better Boy; we are in central...

Asked by: Annie Klodd (1 point)   Posted:August 8, 2017

1 answer    1044 views

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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

0 answers    248 views

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    1115 views

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Disease Identification

Tomato    Emthanjeni Local Municipality,South Africa

Brown-yellow spots on leaves. Plants died within a few days. Is the red spider mite or something else?

Asked by: Chris (2 points)   Posted:May 10, 2020

1 answer    97 views

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flowering with no fruit

Tomato    Las Vegas, Nevada

Hi I planted tomatoes in May they are growing great lots of flowering but no tomatoes. Can you give me some suggestions? Thank you Billy

Asked by: Billy Das (1 point)   Posted:September 9, 2015

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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    2463 views

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Is it too late to start tomato seeds?

Tomato    OH Zone 6

I found some seeds I saved from last years tomato plants that I had completely forgotten about. I'm in zone 6 and have started planting other seeds a few weeks back. Am I too late to plant my tomato seeds now and if so will they be still be viable next year?

Asked by: Rosemarie (2 points)   Posted:April 11, 2013

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what causes leaves in tomatoes to be turgid/rigid but not showing signs of wilting?

Tomato    Nairobi-kenya

I am helping in a research on tomatoes response to various rates of fertilizers that are a combination of organic and inorganic fertilizers and lately while collecting data, I have realized that some plants have rigid leaves but do not show signs of wilting, so am left to wonder if that is an...

Asked by: emmanuel Luseno (2 points)   Posted:October 3, 2016

1 answer    625 views

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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

2 answers    2654 views

spots

Tomato    New Braunfels, United States

what is the cause of these spots on y tomato plant

Asked by: saf (1 point)   Posted:May 28, 2020

1 answer    150 views

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Information about early blight from the database of 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

0 answers    251 views

Tomato splits/grooves

Tomato    South of Houston. Halfway to Galveston.

Does anyone know what is causing these wierd grooves in my tomatoes? It's not on all of them, but it is a majority. Maybe 70%. I have some plants in planters and others in the ground. Seems to be the same regardless of which planting type it is. When I cut off the end with the grooves...

Asked by: Geoff (2 points)   Posted:June 21, 2016

5 answers    2457 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 (3 points)   Posted:April 1, 2013

3 answers    3195 views

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need help in eradicating this

Tomato    None Given

I have a Better boy tomato plant that was transplanted into a pot on 3/26/16. I don't get 8 hrs. of sun but it has 4 tomatoes I'm waiting out the 75 days to eat. I noticed earlier today a small bunch of white hairs on one spot of leaves ( looked like a dust bunny if you know what I mean; it also...

Asked by: Kathleen Darland (1 point)   Posted:May 31, 2016

1 answer    1190 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

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Tomato plants turning white

Tomato    South Carolina

I have a question about my tomato plants. I transplanted them about a week ago and after a few days I noticed that one of them was turning bleached looking and white. Over the next few days all of the plants began to look the same. I'm at a loss, this has never happened before. The plants were...

Asked by: Simon (2 points)   Posted:May 28, 2013

3 answers    6928 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

2 answers    3062 views

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How do I growing tomatoes in hanging baskets?

Tomato    Zone 7B

I would like to grow some cherry and/or grape tomatoes in hanging baskets. What exactly does this involve? Do I just need to fill the basket with regular potting mix and transplant my seedlings. Will the plants naturally grow downwards from the basket or is it more complicated than that?

Asked by: cara smith (1 point)   Posted:April 16, 2013

3 answers    11323 views

Black leaves of bell pepper infested by possible whitefly and aphids.
What kind of insect damage?

Tomato    None Given

I saw an insect infested field. A lot of bugs under the leaves (eggs, nymphs, adults). Heavy damage to entire crop and the fruits are not developing properly. What kind of insect damage it is?

Asked by: Erick (1 point)   Posted:August 17, 2016

1 answer    1120 views

Tomato plant leaves
Tomato plant issue

Tomato    None Given

I have some tomato plants that developed a problem. I checked your website's pictures but not sure what is the cause. See the picture I attached .

Asked by: Mirella (1 point)   Posted:April 2, 2016

1 answer    1015 views

Wrinkled tomato skin

Tomato    None Given

I saved a tomato plant in the neighbourhood and its fruiting wonderfully but for some reason the tomato skin wrinkles when it starts growing a bit , is it the sun? The plant is outdoors and it goes 34C

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

3 answers    8419 views