The Q&A Archives: Tomato Plant

Question: hey, one of my tomato plants the leaves are starting to turn a bit yellowish/greenish and it looks as if they are shriviled up. what is this and how do i cure it?

Answer: Sounds as though your plants either need to be fed or they are getting too much water. Yellowing leavs can indicate either problem; shriveling of the leaves usually means too much water but it might also be an early sign of a disease. I can't tell without looking at your plant. Try feeding and watering deeply but infrequently. Hope this solves the problem.

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