aminopyralid or tomato yellow leaf curl?
I purchased 4 tomato plants from a green house and when frost past I planted them in my raised bed which i put new organic compost and topsoil in bought at a hardware store along with peat moss. The plants , which were seemingly normal, started bolting and then grew spiny curled leaves. I have attached pics of the leaves, the bottom and top halves of the plant which are so different, and a couple of the new buds. I have researched, was hoping it was at first just from the high winds we had for a week, like a defense mechanism, but then saw info on aminopyralid, tomoato yellow leaf curl, and I think there are other similar symptoms. Thoughts? I live in Dell Rapids (county road) next to a corn field that has cows in it in the winter. I have a hanging tomato plant that I put in the same stuff in my green house and a cherry tomato container plant that both look to be normal with exccept of possible some leaf spot.
Minnehaha County South Dakota
I gues I’ve never read anything that it’s safe to consume herbicide symptomatic plant fruit- especially manure compost aminopyralide? What are your thoughts about eating herbs (foliage) with herbicide drift - I just had mine exposed to bifent I/T 7.9%- the mosquito company guy told me to just wash off but it is highly resistant to being water soluble?
This might be worth submitting a sample to the Plant Diagnostic lab for testing - https://www.sdstate.edu/agronomy-horticulture-plant-science/sdsu-plant-diagnostic-clinic/submission-forms-guidelines.