Wilt at the top of tomato plant

by Fred Cooper
(Mentor Ohio)

Wilted tomato plant

Wilted tomato plant

The top of one of four plants has a wilted top. the leaves look like they are not getting any water. The other 3 plants look healthy.

It is not Verticillium Wilt as there is no yellowing. I have read about another wilt that is called Fusarium. Is there any treatment?


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Apr 19, 2021
Crazy-top tomatoe plants NEW
by: Anonymous

For 3 years in row plants grow off good until about 10 - 12 inches tall, then all plants, tops only, leaves curl like 2,4-D damage, some twisted. What's going on?

Jul 12, 2016
Root guard
by: David

Try hydroguard by a company called botanicare

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