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Old June 7, 2016   #1
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might be two differant problems, seems like the top new foilage on the red rose tomato are curled inward, i'm hoping it's because of the high winds we have been having, and on the same plant and another one the leaves seem to be getting brown and crispy at the tips and edges, hoping it's not canker, the plants are all in a raingutter grow system, we've had a couple of storms this past week too, any ideas as to what is causing it? thank---tom
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Old June 7, 2016   #2
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The new curly growth looks pretty normal to me. The brown edges might be too much water.
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Old June 7, 2016   #3
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Doesn't look like anything to worry about to me.

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Old June 7, 2016   #4
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I think they will be just fine.
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Old June 8, 2016   #5
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this is what the new growth is starting to look like on alot of plants, i found aphids on one plant , they are gone now,. leaves are kinda tough and leathery feeling.---tom
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Here is what I found today

I have a few more plants like this too. Should I be concerned? I'm am worried about TSWV


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Hello Tom,
I am posting a picture of a tomato leaf with some herbicide damage that i pulled off the web. I think the one leaf with the jagged edges looks very similar to your photo. What do you think?


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Old June 10, 2016   #8
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looks similar, just found out the neighbor next to me was using a throw type spreader on his lawn , have to find out if it was fert. or weed and feed or what ever, and the woman behind me was power washing mildew off the siding on her 2 story house with some kind of chemical, plus power washing her deck with it too, might have something to do with it.---tom
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