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Old May 20, 2017   #10
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Doesn't look like TSWV to me. Don't know what it is but it could be over watering with cups too wet or a nutrient deficiency or insect damage. It also looks like those tomatoes could use some more sun. Just remove the lower leaves and if they need it feed them a dose of liquid fertilizer like Miracle Grow and see how they look in a few days.

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