Frost Damage on Tomatoes - Knowledgebase Question

Chalk River, ON
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Question by harrislouise
May 10, 1999
Is there anything that can be done to tomatoe plants after they have been subjected to frost to bring them back to normal persay.

Answer from NGA
May 10, 1999
There's no way to referse frost damage, unfortunately. However if just a few leaves were hit, but the new growth looks OK, then remove the blackened, damaged leaves and let the new growth come in. If the plant doesn't grow, then the growing point was damaged and you'll have to replace it.

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