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Old May 29, 2016   #14
dustdevil
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Kaz,

Clay soil holds a lot of water. When the transplanted tomato's leaves just start to wilt slightly, that is when you should water. Taking a transplant grown in a good soil mix and plugging it into a bed of heavy soil leads to the "bathtub effect". The leaf roll in the top picture is caused by irregular watering. The yellowed branches with brown blotches should be removed.
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