Is tomato over watered? Under watered? Over fertilized? (pics)
I put this tomato plant in the ground 6 days ago. 4 days ago it started getting droopy like this. And today it is still droopy. I read somewhere in this forum that if the leaves curl upwards then it is overwatered.
It has been overly windy here in Austin, but that was 3 days ago. Not windy anymore 2 days ago. Highs were 80 lows were 45 around when it started drooping. Now highs are 68 and lows 50.
I don't think I'm over watering it as I am watering it deep every 2-3 days. I did plant it so that I buried 4-6 inches of the stem. I also put a handful of espoma garden-tone. Some of it under the plant, and some of it above the original root system but below soil level. I added osmocote slow release granules under and over the original root system. From Nguyen's Garden From Nguyen's Garden
Also does anyone know why randomly, some of my seedlings have these burnt looking coytldons. No fertilizer has touched my seedlings. Maybe the flourescent bulb is too close? I know they haven't rested/touched the leaves. From Nguyen's Garden