curly leaves on tomato plant - Knowledgebase Question

levittown, Pe
Question by ebonner006
May 31, 2010
I noticed that one of my tomato plants has curly leaves. It looks fine nice green color there aren't any blotches I can't see any bugs. They are called red beefsteak. Is this the way they are supposed to be?

Answer from NGA
May 31, 2010


If the plant is growing well, the color is good and you see no evidence of insects or diseases, the curling leaves are just the plant's response to heat or sun. Some tomato plants exhibit this leaf curling and others don't. It is simply normal for your particular plant. Don't let it concern you. Hope you have a bountiful harvest!

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