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Discoloaration of tomato plant leaves

Post  jenjehle on 5/5/2010, 8:52 pm

A few days ago I repotted my tomato plants into taller/deeper containers; using 1/2 gallon plastic jugs. I pinched off lower leaves before doing this.

The soil I used is a mixture of a little humus/manure, then equal parts peat moss & Pro-Mix Organic Mix.

Last yesterday this discoloration started on the outer leaves of most of the plants. Anyone know what it is? I wondered about manure/compost burn bur other than that I have no clue.


Thanks for your help!





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Post  Little Thumb on 5/5/2010, 9:01 pm

When I transplanted my tomato plants some of my leaves did the same, I wonder if it is from the shock of the transplant. Actually all of my plants did that for a few days, some of the lower leaves died off but new growth came on strong. I hope that it all it is for you.

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Post  bullfrogbabe on 5/5/2010, 9:10 pm

Tomatoes don't like to get water on their leaves. Did they get wet when you watered after the transplant?
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