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Firebird
May 30, 2020 8:45 AM CST
Hi. I planted my tomatoes about 2 weeks ago and recently noticed the tops of the plants are curling and was wondering if anyone had an idea of what is causing it
Thank you

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oneeyeluke
May 31, 2020 3:00 AM CST
They need water and a lots of it if you have tomatoes on the vine. You may want to add a couple of inches of mulch to help hold the water in the ground. Just keep the mulch off the plant stem about a inch or two away the stem. The Sun saps the moisture out of the soil without mulch quickly and heats up. Hay mulch or hardwood mulch will hold the moisture and keep the soil cool.
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