So far the problem hasn't gone to far, but any far can be too far. One of my tomatoes has begun curling its leaves, mostly on one side of the plant, and only older leaves (so far.) It was one we bought at the store. On this plant in particular I have noticed one other oddity, some of the new branch growth is curled and twisted before it straightens. I'm not sure, but it seems like those branches curve down an awful lot
Here's a pic of the affected areas of the plant: http://img76.photobucket.com/albums/v232/Liashi/garden/July_05_bonnie.bmp
leaf close-up, for those who might like it even closer . . . :) http://img76.photobucket.com/albums/v232/Liashi/garden/July_05_bonnieleafclose.bmp
affected plant (bonnie) and the less affected husky cherry red beside it (note the leaves near the bottom of the pic that look lighter near the tips, they are even starting to curl, but not as bad. It's even on the same side of the plant as the first.)
I'm thinking it's possible it may be nematodes, but I'm not sure. Yet another tomato had the spotted thing going on, but it vanished when I put some fertilizer on, something like 9-12-12, I think. The only other plants nearby are wild ones (notably blackberries, some other vine plants, grasses, trees, thistle . . . spotted spurge. ick.)
The plants have had minor deer damage. Don't get me started on some of my other tomatoes, however.
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