Brown Leaves on Tomato Plants?

Answer Brown leaves on tomato plants could indicate fusarium wilt and rot, according to Colorado State University Extension. The leaves may also turn black and fall off. You should suspect fusarium rot if... Read More »

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My tomato plants have red stems and some of the tips of the leaves are turning brown and curling up crispy?

The curled leaves are caused by lack of consistent watering.Tomatoes like temperatures from 75F to 80F- can go higher.They like heat, sun and air flow. A fan can give them air flow.When the temper... Read More »

Tips for Dead Leaves on Potted Plants & Brown Spots on Leaves?

Brown-spotted or dead leaves on potted plants can be a sign of several different problems. Environmental damage, a lack of nutrients or even infection can be the causes of such problems whether the... Read More »

Brown Spots on My Tomato Plant Leaves?

Identifying what causes spots of tomato plant leaves is not difficult, but eliminating them once they start may prove harder. Some diseases can be slowed after they are discovered and will allow fo... Read More »

How do I cut the leaves of tomato plants?

Open a pair of scissors. Spray both sides with disinfectant spray. Place the open scissors next to the joint where the leaf meets the leaf stem. Close the scissors quickly to cut the leaves. Cut an... Read More »