Distorted growing tips on tomato plants in Levingtons Original Growbag
I have planted a variety of tomato plants - Shirley, Gardeners Delight, a beefsteak and a cherry tomato into two grow-bags following the planting instruction - 3 plants per bag. I have also planted one cucumber plant in with two tomato plants in one bag. All went well but as fruit started to form the upper leaves and shoots on all the tomatoes have become very twisted - like corkscrews - and distorted. The fruit forming at the top of the plants is very small, pointed and berry like. I am watering regularly, feeding weekly and pinching out side shoots. The plants are in a cold green house, I leave a roof window open for ventilation and on hot days the door is left open too. I hang yellow sticky cards to control pests and can see little evidence of anything. The cucumber is not affected. I also have two tomato plants in large pots with different compost - no distortion. What is going wrong? Will the plants survive and can I eat the crop? The growbags are Levington Original Grow Bags bought fresh this year from a nursery with a good turn over.