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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

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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

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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

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How to plant tomatoes in trenches?

Tomato    SC

I'm very new to growing vegetables so I'm still discovering lots of new things. I have been reading some articles about planting tomatoes almost horizontally in trenches as the plant will sprout roots along the stem. I think this sounds like a good thing to try but I have some questions. First,...

Asked by: Melanie Young (2 points)   Posted:May 3, 2013

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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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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

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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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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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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

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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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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

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