Wilt on Tomatoes
Description: The first symptom is yellowing of older leaves,
then bright yellowing from top to bottom of plant, often
affecting only one branch of plant. Sometimes leaves
droop and curve downward. Plants often wilt and die.
soil pH at 6.5 to 7.0. Test soil pH; if it is too acid,
use ground limestone to raise pH. Most garden centers
sell ground limestone. When fertilizing, use a slow-release
organic source of nitrogen. Sprinkle SoilGardTM Microbial
Fungicide over seed at time of sowing, before
covering seed with soil. When starting seed indoors,
mix SoilGard with potting soil before seed is sown.