Pests and Diseases forum→Holes in tomato leaves

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Zacharythelost
Jun 2, 2018 11:46 AM CST
Hi.
My tomato plants have little holes on the leaves.
It is not widespread.
I have seen tortoise beetles and little beetles which I cannot identify as I am new but they may be flea beetles.
Any idea what the holes are from? Someone suggested they could be from sunburn...
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sooby
Jun 5, 2018 4:31 AM CST
Welcome!

I haven't seen tortoise beetles on tomatoes myself but they do make holes in sweet potato leaves. The light dots look like insect damage too, that could be the flea beetles. It does not look like sunburn.

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