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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Tomatoes that appear to be wilting from the roots up may be infected with nematodes, microscopic worms that spend their lives in dirt. You can't see them with the naked eye, but with
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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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To get tomatoes to produce fruit, you must provide plants with the correct growing conditions. This includes full sun for at least six hours each day, and fertile, well-drained soil
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Hornworms are the caterpillars of the hummingbird moth (also called the sphinx or hawk moth) Adult moths lay their eggs, which hatch in about a week, on the leaves of tomato plants
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