|After my tomato seedlings had been set out for a week or two the new leaves that developed curled upward. The original leaves that were on the plant continue to thrive. All new growth, including the main stem on top, is gnarled, twisted, and/or curled. After another couple of weeks I planted a few more seedlings that I had been holding in reserve in another plot away from my primary garden. These plants were of course further developed and had more original leaves. They seemed to be doing well and have even produced blossoms and some small fruit but are now showing signs of the same malady. Now my peppers and eggplant are also doing the same thing. I know of no herbicides that have been applied anywhere nearby. The only fertilizers I use are bonemeal, fish emulsion.