Are tomato plants poisonous?

Answer many assume they are but they are not poisonous

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What Keeps Tomato Worms Off of Your Tomato Plants?

Many pests afflict tomato plants and confound gardeners, professional and amateur alike. Tomato worms are some of the most common and most destructive of these pests. Fortunately, they are easily c... Read More »

How many tomato plants will Tomato-tone fertilize?

When using Tomato-tone, an organic patented plant food, the recommendation is to apply 3 lbs. per 50 square feet. As vine tomatoes require on average 1 square foot per plant, this would effectivel... Read More »

How many tomato plants will a Tomato-tone fertilize?

One 4-lb. bag of Tomato-tone will fertilize four tomato plants. Mix 3 tbsp. of Tomato-tone per plant into the soil, plant, then feed each tomato plant 3 tbsp. of Tomato-tone after 10 to 14 days. Fe... Read More »

Are tomato plant leaves poisonous?

The leaves and stems of the tomato plant (Lycopersicon esculentum) are poisonous. The poisonous substances are two glykoalkoloids, solanine and demissine. According to North Carolina State Universi... Read More »