Why Are My Tomato Plants Wilting?

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Your tomato plants are wilting due to very hot weather, not watering deeply enough and over watering. It is also caused by caused by fungal diseases which is characterised by purple or brown spots.
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1. Check the area around your yard and your tomato plants for a walnut tree. The roots of walnut trees release a substance into the soil known as juglone. Juglone will cause tomato
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usually its either too much water or not enough water, you make the call as to which one it is, but if the leaves aren't browning, its probably too much water.
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not enough water or too much fertilizer. It is only 2 out of 15 plants that this is happening to so it's got to be something else.
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--Lack of Water Tomato plants require approximately 1 inch of water per week. Plants may wilt badly when soils are dry, but will revive rapidly when they are watered. A thorough watering
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