Container Tomato Plants

Browning Tomatoes


Anonymous added on May 3, 2014 | Answered

I started my tomatoes from seed. After transplanting to larger containers, some of the leaves are brown around the edges. Should I be concerned or what should I do? The plants are otherwise nice and green.


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Nikki
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Answered on November 30, -0001

As long as the plants, overall, look fine then they likely are. The browning along the edges is probably due to the transplanting and may indicate a need for additional water. It could also be a normal response to the plant being moved to another environment and will right itself. Just keep a check on the plants and as long as the browning isn't moving to other areas of the plant or spreading elsewhere, there's no need for worry.

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