Frostbit tomatoe plants

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Old 06-12-01, 09:02 AM
jazzman
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My tomato plants were frostbit about a week or two ago. Their leaves are mostly white. Will they recover or are they doomed?
Also I do have four tomato plants that are wilted looking with some yellowing leaves . what should I do for them? Thanks for your help.
 
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Old 06-14-01, 07:44 AM
Gami
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Hi Jazzman,

How are your tomatoes doing now???

Yellowing can be caused by a lot of things. This site should help you out -

http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/comm/s...earch.cgi/post

Gami
 
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Old 06-22-01, 10:10 PM
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First of all thanks Gami for the info!. My tomatoes made a complete turn around. I'm happy now they are greening up nicey. Just gave me a scare . Thanks again!
 
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Old 06-23-01, 06:17 AM
Gami
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You're welcome, Jazzman!

Sometimes gardening just takes patience. Plants have a way of "healing" themselves--sometimes.

I'm happy to hear your tomatoes are doing fine. To be quite honest, if they were frostbitten, I thought they were goners, but didn't want to tell you that! Now you can start fertilizing them on a regular basis.

Happy gardening!

Gami
 
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