Rickjb39, I'm having the same problem, for the first time. I think it
is called leaf curl and it it transmitted by an insect. I'm hoping it
isn't in the ground and that next year, with wider spacing between my
tomatoes and green beans, the problem will go away.
leaf curl is proberly right because the leaves curl downwards befor
they die. i have my plants growing in a pot in the dining room windo
ledge so i think your safe to say they arn't int he ground, do you kno
what type of bug spray or replent i could buy to stop this problem
I'll be looking onto the problem and I'll report back what I find out.
The tomatoes here are just starting to produce an abundance and we
needed to make a fire to take the chill off the house this morning.
See if there is anything at this location that will help.
If there is nothing there that helps, you might try a local nursery or
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