The Q&A Archives: Tomato plant curling up

Question: I have a very healthy looking tomato plant with good sized small fruit on it already but the leaves at the top are curling under badly. We have had a lot of rain lately and very warm weather in the 80's. Any advice or suggestions?

Answer: Curling leaves indicate environmental stress and the plant should be okay. Yellowing, spoting or browning of leaves can indicate disease. So let's hope your plants are merely stressed and not diseased. Time will tell. Best wishes with your plants - and I hope the rain stops soon!

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