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Tomatoe plant leaf curl

Posted by raybridcianhector (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 26, 12 at 7:15

My plants in the greenhouse are showing signs of leaf curl. It started with one plant and seems to be moving to the rest over the last few days. Feeding/watering i believe is not the problem. I have noticed small worms in the soil approx 1/4 to 1/2" in length. They are white in color.
Please see attached photos. I don't know if you will be able to see the worms on the pink backgound.There is one below (2-3")the small lump of dirt on the left of picture
Any suggestions please on treatment.


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RE: Tomatoe plant leaf curl

Virus....


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RE: Tomatoe plant leaf curl

Nah. It's a worm.


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RE: Tomatoe plant leaf curl

You might want to post the message over here instead of the computer help forum.

Your computer looks good though ;~)


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RE: Tomatoe plant leaf curl

Try running MalwareBytes on it - full scan.


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RE: Tomatoe plant leaf curl

That's the inside of a keyboard. I recognize the Oreo crumbs.

DA


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Wonder if anyone markets a usb soft brush keyboard vacuum.


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RE: Tomatoe plant leaf curl

Something like this Mikie?


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