Why Are the Leaves on My Tomato Plants Curling up?

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Tomato leaves curl up as a result of curl leaf virus, physiological curl, or herbicides-caused curls. However, scientific research has shown that leaf curl does not affect the quantity and quality of tomatoes that are produced. Inadequate amount of water and over-pruning of the plant can also lead to leaf-curl.
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