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We recommend you don’t plant these plants. Hope we responded in time! We can’t say for certain what’s causing these spots on the tomato leaves, but whatever it is you probably don’t want it in your garden, or at the very least the plants are already suffering from a nutrient deficiency and you don’t want to start out that way. This could be insects feeding on the underside of the leaves and causing the yellow spotting on the top, and you might be able to get rid of them, but depending on the insect it could be a constant battle, or they might spread disease while feeding. If its a disease, and there are several that start out causing yellow spots, you’ll be trying to control it and stop its spread thru the growing season.

By | 2016-04-10T20:44:27-07:00 April 10th, 2016|Plant Pests|0 Comments

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