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Hi everyone I ave very strange phenomena going on my tomato plants branches bend and then dry also top of plant also get dry. Not sure what is the cause of it we have 35 Celsius Temprature but I have setup shade on plants to protect them from too much sun light but still branches bend and dry out. I have captured picture of my plants please help how to solve the problem it’s my 3rd year of my garden and every year I get into some problem. First year I had problem with tall tomatoes they would break in pots and had germination issue. 2nd year I had massive mealy bugs attack and this year I have problem if this dry leaves stems.

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Update : peppers and some tomato healthy plants

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    You are overwate4ring them too much. On one we see a lake in the pot, on the others we see mud. I think also soil you use is not good. You should write much more on how you care your plants (e.g. soil origin, how much and often you water, fertilizers, ...), so that we can tell you what to improve. – Giacomo Catenazzi May 8 at 16:05
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    @user889030 Agreed, we need more information. For instance: Do these pots have drainage holes? What kind of dirt are you using? Why are you shading these tomato's? Are you using fertilizer? What zone do you live in? plantsdb.gr/en/general-cultivation/hardiness-zones/… – Rob May 8 at 17:36
  • @GiacomoCatenazzi no am not over watering them , i give them once a day or after two days . here temperature is high if i not give them water let say for 3 days then they will die totally as pots dry totally. soil i got from one dried cannal here in Asia we do not have a lot of resources so we cant use compost and packed soils from shops. using iron tools i soften the soil of pots once a month – user889030 May 9 at 9:56
  • @Rob ya the pots have drainage holes below , i have taken soil from dried Canal and have filled pots with it. . ya am shading tomato because here temperature is high now we have 37 Celsius temperature although summer is just started here , as after month temp will reach to 50 Celsius. ... continue – user889030 May 9 at 10:03
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    @user889030 Either way, get some support for those tomato stalks. Tie them up to a stick or trellis of some sort so they dont have to try so hard to keep themselves upright. – Rob May 10 at 19:26

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