Tomato Plant Issues
All the tomato plants I have grown this year have terribly misshapen leaves-- thick and tightly curled both side-to-side and end-to-end from the time the plants were several inches tall and including most or all of the leaves on the plant. While perhaps a little pale green, I don't see any discoloration or bugs and don't think the plants have ever lacked for water. They have received a little fertilizer and Epsom salt and were planted with some compost. Do you have an idea if there is a remedy? The plants continue to get bigger but the misshapen leaves remain misshapen and few if any normal leaves have been generated. I have used seeds from the past year's best tomatoes for a few years now after buying some commercial heritage tomato plants. I tried to upload an image, but was worried about security issues in doing so.
Westmoreland County Pennsylvania
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Since I did not see a good match with my problem in the links that you sent, I’ll try to send an image. It’s not the most severe depiction. A few plants are severely stunted with no normal lives.
Pictures are always a big help! Send them when you can.