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folded leaves

Posted by gardner_dragon z7 NE AR (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 27, 05 at 0:42

I have a Tomato plant with an odd disease/something. The leaves are wilting and folding back on themselves. They look as if they have been ironed.They get plenty of water and fertilizer,loaded with tiny green tomatoes.One plant(better boy) died from this condition.Now another one(100 sweet)is showing symptoms.What would cause this and how do I correct it? The plants are over 5' tall.
Thanks for any help.


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RE: folded leaves

dragon,

Your post looks very very familiar to me.

haven't I answered it before?

Carolyn


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RE: folded leaves

This is my first post in this forum.In fact its my first post concerning tomatoes or any vegetable(most of my posts are for tropicals). If you could direct me to the post where you answered the other posters question it may help me. These are not my tomato plants but rather a friend of mine. I went to see them yesterday and noticed that they were planted next to banana trees.Would this have anything to do with the wilting? The whole plant is involved and it seems to be spreading to the others.


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