enter image description hereMy Tomato leaves are getting Yellow. I assume it some sort of disease. Until now I just tried to spray garlic on them, but it does not help. How can I treat it?

  • Hmm, looks as if its on its last legs - pity the picture doesn't show what its growing in. It looks as if its run out of root room (maybe in a pot?) or has been exposed to cold temperatures, or is an old plant. More info please?
    – Bamboo
    Commented Mar 1, 2014 at 11:30
  • While the leaves look nitrogen deficient on the first view, this may only be a symptom. I'll have to ask some questions: - How much water does the tomato get usually (many people give too much)? - What type of substrate is the plant growing in? - what about direct sunlight? (in which country are you living?) - please post a photo of the whole plant Commented Mar 3, 2014 at 10:02

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My guess would be a nitrogen or magnesium deficiency but without more information or pictures it is very difficult to say.


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