Help With Dead Tomato Leaves?

Answer Dead leaves on your tomato plants can be caused by several diseases. If you have provided your plants with good care and can rule out a nutritional deficiency, they may be affected by disease or ne... Read More »

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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 »

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 »

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 »

Why are my tomato plant leaves yellow?

Tomato plants are one of the most popular garden plants in the home garden. A very common problem is yellowing leaves. There are many possible reasons for this, none of which are beyond help.Nitrog... Read More »