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Old 4 Days Ago   #16
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With that insight, which I'm totally feeling. A Carolyn inspired haiku, 'Torn Tomato'.

the leaves twist and curl
conflicting energies rage
root and shoot battle
I LOVE it !!!!!!

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Haha, great haiku!

I'm not sure when the issue started, but I think I noticed it early last week. So far I don't see any more affected leaves, so fingers crossed.

@Nematode - I majored in zoology and am particularly interested in inverts! ...not sure about those nematodes though.
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Is there a chance that you used the wrong fertilizer or over-fertilized?
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I guess there's always a chance, but I don't think I did either. I only have Texas Tomato Food and a fish/seaweed blend. If anything, I'm worried I don't fertilize enough.
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