Cherry Tomatoes

Tomato Leaves Turning Yellow


Anonymous added on December 5, 2010 | Answered

Why are my tomato leaves turning yellow? They are in containers on my deck and seem okay otherwise. There is no sign of mites. They are cherry tomatoes and are fruiting alright.


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Nikki
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on December 6, 2010

It sounds like it may be a lack of nutrients. Add some slow release fertilizer to the container. It may also be a problem with water. Make sure that you are watering at least once a day if the temperatures go above 65F and twice a day when the temps are above 85F.

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