tomato help!!!

trcain0424March 23, 2013

I started my tomato plants about 5 weeks ago and so far they seemed to be doing fine. I transplanted them into bigger containers about a week ago and now every one of them has wilting leaves. Its started at the tips of the leaves and wilts inward toward the stem-which seems very healthy and sturdy. I've read through other posts and find a lot on wilting leaves but they have all mentioned a slender area at the base of the stem, which is not the case as far as I can tell. Can someone please tell me what this is? A disease? A transplant issue? I could really use the help!

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nelsoncastro

Any updates on what is the result?

It would be very much appreciated if you could share with us some images of regarding the infected tomato..

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