Curly Tomato Leaves
I've experienced this before but never know how to handle it. Out of ten tomato plants, one has a severe case of curly leaf-itis. It's a Viva Italia roma. There are two of those and the other one is fine (so far). Q: should I pull it up? it has a lot of green fruit on it and it's still putting out flowers. I assume it won't die but I want to pull it if this is contagious. New to gardening in Colorado (Hi Skybird!) from Northern Illinois - what a difference is soil (if you can call it that!). But my vegetables are growing like mad.