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Old May 6, 2018   #1
EscazuMike
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Default Strange leaves on new tomato

I planted 2 plants of Blue Pear about a month ago, one in a pot and one in the ground. The one in the pot is growing normally but the one in ground has strangely discolored leaves. I attached a fee pictures. Any ideas? I fertilized and dosed with Epsom salts with no improvement. Virus? Insects?
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Old May 6, 2018   #2
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Might be a mosaic virus. I'd bag and get it out of there to be sure. Easier to replace the plant.
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I think you might be right just not sure where the heck it came from - the plant was perfectly healthy before I planted it. Will probably yank it and throw it away this week. Don't want it spreading to my other dozen plants
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