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Have no idea what this is...Please help!

Posted by Chelsea_2016 7B (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 12, 13 at 15:11

Hi all,
New here and just build 3 raised beds and planted a lone tomato transplant 1 or 2 weeks ago. It looked all right until I started to notice some brown on the leaves. I've been searching the internet to figure out what it is, but I can't find anything.
Anyone know what this is? It seems to be spreading to more leaves and worsening.


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RE: Have no idea what this is...Please help!

Sent this question to Bonnie's 'Ask the Expert' and they said it looks like fertilizer burn. I highly recommed asking over there as they will reply within 24 - 48 hours...


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RE: Have no idea what this is...Please help!

So how did they figure that out with the minimal amount of info you gave us?

And did you fertilize? If so, with what? and when? and how often?

Or does the bed have lots of manure in it?

Inquiring minds would like to know.


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