Tomato Plants Help – Curled leaves and wilt.

Is this some kind of disease? My tomato plants aren’t looking good. Insects, fungi, viruses, they can attack tomato plants and cause serious damage. I am det…
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6 Responses to “Tomato Plants Help – Curled leaves and wilt.”

  1. It looks like a kind of Geminivirus , theres no cure. Theres a white insect
    (called whitefly) that infect plants. If you control the insectos and
    eliminare the o es that has stmptoms .everything will be fine.

  2. I am also facing the same problem nowadays, I have changed the fertilizer,
    and have used the one which contains bones in addition to other composts.
    Secondly, since last two to three days, there has been very hot climate. I
    guess these two could be the reasons of my tomato plant getting curled
    leaves. I do intend to put some kind of shelter for my plant. I hope this
    will work.

  3. Well the insect don’t infect, is just a vector for the virus.
    

  4. I wish I could help you, but the same thing is happening to my tomato
    plants. At first I didn’t think they were getting enough water, so I
    watered them more, then I decided they were getting way too much water, so
    I slowed down on the amount of water. I choose a variety of tomato plants,
    I am now wondering if some of them were just not cut out for this Texas
    climate. Sorry I am not any help, but wanted to let you know that you are
    not alone when it comes to wilted tomato plants.

  5. Water wilt and only use properly decomposed manure you’ve probably avid
    burnt them using the manure.