Tomato Plants

My Tomato Leaves on One Plant Are Shriveled, but Not on Surrounding Plants

dleach61 added on June 19, 2012 | Answered

All are planted in a raised garden box with a mixture of topsoil and potting soil. I have two plants that are less then 3' away and they are doing great.

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Answered on June 27, 2012

There are several reasons this can happen, from disease to root damage to fertilizer burn. As the plant is failing, I would recommend removing it ASAP. If it is failing due to disease, that disease could spread to nearby tomato plants if it is left in the ground.

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