Tomato plant leaves are drying out

by Swapna
(Michigan)




I live in Michigan. I had planted some tomato plants which were coming up real good and also had started flowering. I added some cow manure to them. From the next day i see the top leaves are getting brown spots and are drying out fast. Please help and let me know what the problem could be and how I can solve it.

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Aug 07, 2015
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Tomato plant leaves are drying out.
by: Steve Hodgson

Thanks Swapna for asking for help. Spotted leaves occur when fungal spores in the air find a warm, wet, plant surface to cling to.
For your houseplant, spotted leaves can be prevented by watering the soil and not the foliage. Leave enough space between your pots for good air circulation. Try this method; also there are some other tricks, try follow them. You may also contact to the fertilizer experts to find some solution. GS Plant Foods Company. They will surely help you. Hope it would helpful.

Jul 17, 2011
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Drying leaves on tomatoes.
by: Anonymous

Check for tomato beetles.

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