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Jun 7, 2020 9:15 PM CST
Name: Randy Turner
Murray, Iowa (Zone 5b)
The leaves on my tomato plants are curling. I had this happen to some plants I had in tubs, but never in my garden. Those that curled in the tubs never produced any fruit all season but they didn't die until the season was over. When I plant my tomatoes I always put fertilizer, (Tomatoes Alive) egg shells, and a pinch of epsom salts in the hole. I have done this for a few years and haven't had any problems until this year. I also rotate my crops every year. I hope someone can tell me whats going on and how to treat it.

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Jun 7, 2020 9:37 PM CST
Name: sumire
Reno, Nevada (Zone 6a)
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Your tomatoes are molding. I think it is powdery mildew. Look for a fungicide that is specifically labeled for powdery mildew.
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Jun 8, 2020 2:05 AM CST
Name: Lynda Horn
Arkansas (Zone 7b)
Eat more tomatoes!
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Either that, or maybe the bane of tomatoes, a wilt of some sort.
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Jun 8, 2020 4:28 AM CST
Name: Randy Turner
Murray, Iowa (Zone 5b)
Thank you for your advise. I will spray them and see what happens. Thank You!
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