Why are my tomato plants withering?

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Your tomato plants may be withering because of a lack of water. A sudden drop or rise in temperature may cause withering as well.
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Overexposure to sun may burn and bleach tomatoes, the condition is known as sunscald. Tomatoes exposed to sunscald may have white to yellow areas of discoloration. The overexposed
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Because they rot.
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Mold or fungus. Too much water.
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If the 'rot' is on the bottom of the tomato and it is hard to the touch, it is 'blossom end rot' it is caused by a lack of calcium in the soil or erratic watering.
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