Are dried leaves on a tomato plant from frostbite?

Answer Since frost dehydrates plants and tomatoes require a lot of water, dried leaves may be the result of cold nights or frostbite. Dried leaves may also be a sign of drought stress. Dry, wilting leaves... Read More »

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What do you need and what do you do to use dried papaya leaves as organic mulch for tomato plants?

Actually paddy is a monsoon crop, so it is mostly cultivated in monsoon regions of China, India and Bangladesh.

What is the conclusion of dried leaves as organic mulch in tomato plants?

Tree leaves draw minerals up from deep in the subsoil, and deposit them on the surface when they fall, where microarthopod "shredders", bacteria, fungi, and red compost worms break them down so the... Read More »

How do dried papaya leaves serve as effective mulch for tomato plants?

That they are an organic mulch that affects soil pH and soil structure is the reason that dried papaya leaves are an effective choice in terms of tomato plants.Specifically, foods and soils may hav... Read More »

What are the nutrients in dried papaya leaves that serve as effective mulch for tomato plants?

Papayas and tomatoes have the same preferences for soil pH: 6.0-6.5. There are 16-18 nutrients in healthy soil.If the pH is incorrect, some nutrients may be present but unavailable to the plant. Fo... Read More »