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Thanks soooo much for the advice here on tomatoes. we have suffered for the last three years with the growing of tomatoes. At the moment we have plants that have Blossom End Rot and also Leaf Mould. At least now we can get it right for next year. Many thanks. Will be logging on to this site again and again....


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  • Blondie3Blondie3 Posts: 1
    My tomatoes were healthy when planted outside, but the weather did turn cool and some of the leaves have turned brown, how can I bring them back to a healthy stage again. Thank you. Dorothy
  • Ian Moors2Ian Moors2 Posts: 1
    The solution above seems to be the problem. Do I take the affected leaves off?
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