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Tomato yellowing and wilting-- with PICS-- Should I pull it?

Posted by yutopia 5a (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 3, 12 at 14:31

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This is a yellow pear tomato. The stem is brown. How risky is this to the other tomatoes?

I plan on pulling it and keeping the green tomatoes in a box in the basement to ripen eventually. I also am using Serenade to treat the surrounding plants, although if this is fusarium I don't think it will prevent the spread.

How can I fight this? Organic gardener here.


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RE: Tomato yellowing and wilting-- with PICS-- Should I pull it?

Plant stem. Pretty sure I need to pull this. The wilting at the top of the plant started a few days ago.


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RE: Tomato yellowing and wilting-- with PICS-- Should I pull it?

White cherry to left, Amish rose to right. Both doing beautifully with no sign of this.


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RE: Tomato yellowing and wilting-- with PICS-- Should I pull it?

A bottom branch. I have been pulling these over the last few weeks as they show up. I planted these three way too close.


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