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    May 2010

    Yellow Leaf and Wilting Issues

    I bought these tomato plants at a local nursery a few weeks ago and have been acclimating them to the outdoors here in Colorado before I plant them. They have been fertilized using liquid fertilizer and have received plenty of sun and adequate water. Somehow, however, I have two problems:

    1) The leaves are drooping in a few of them (first picture is of a Black Krim Heirloom)
    2) The leaf colors are strange. In the second picture (Cherry Tomato, Red Pear), you can see that some of the top leaves are strangely dark while towards the bottom the leaves are rather yellow. I know the yellowness may have something to do with too little sunlight or lack of nitrogen, but I'm pretty sure my plants are okay in that department!

    Any advice would be appreciated.
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