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yellow spots on tomato leaves



  • ItalophileItalophile Posts: 1,731

    No problems, Jo. I've got my own woes here in Tuscany - baking heat, flowers cooking in the heat, not a lot of fruit forming. Sigh.

  • jo17jo17 Posts: 65

    We gardeners are never really happy are we ?!  At the moment yours is a problem we could do with right now wildflower meadow is sitting in a flood , my huge rambler roses are rotting in the bud , the moorhens and slugs are happy so we head off to an open air concert tomorrow with wellies rather than flip -flops !


  • ItalophileItalophile Posts: 1,731

    The words gardener and happy are not usually found adjacent to each other, no.

    You're in Dorset? We've got friends in Dorset. They just got home from a visit here to find the strawbs rotting amongst other things. I think that climate would drive me insane. All in all, I'll take the baking heat, even if means watering twice a day. Not the toms, though.

  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Posts: 82,803

    Yep, fungal - ventilate, ventilate, ventilate - and sunshine would help image

    “I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.” Winnie the Pooh

  • ElbeeukElbeeuk Posts: 4

    Anyone have any ideas on these yellow spots? They're only on these three plants in a brand new grow bag (in my greenhouse)


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