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Tomato Plant - Diseased?

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 2:25 pm
by kepkitty
Im so sorry about the links that didn't work (snapfish). Here I am trying again. Thank you for your patience and allowing me to learn thru this!!
This is snapfish and the tomato photos are in their own album...

Thank you in advance for your help. I do not know whether its ok to plant this in my garden?
Bless you,

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 2:39 pm
by rainbowgardener
Well, I can see your picture a little better, the one of the plant. But it doesn't let me see any others unless I join snapfish, which I don't feel like doing. com works a lot easier.

But looking at the one picture, it looks pretty ok, perhaps not vibrant and thriving, but ok. What is making you think it might be diseased?

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 3:36 pm
by kepkitty
Im sorry about that. It said I could share my photos. I had no idea you'd only see one! (pls accept my appology).
Ugh. I don't have time to re-upload these to photobucket. Im trying to homeschool 2 boys.....and get some nylon twine for the cuc plants etc.... and pool chemicals for the pool - and the only time I get on the computer is at night. But I was on it now to try to determine if its ok to plant this tomato plant today. It needs to come out of the pot. The photos I shared all show the photos of the tomato plant. (5) and if someone could look at all of them, I know they would be able to determine if something is wrong with it. I do not wish to contaminate my garden. Maybe someone who uses Snapfish can look at these? Thank you so much.

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 5:15 pm
by PunkRotten
Try using tinypic or photobucket. Tinypic you don't have to register.

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 6:05 pm
by rainbowgardener
You didn't say what it is that is making you think it might be diseased...

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 7:34 pm
by kepkitty
I do not know what is making it diseased. That is one reason why Im posting. To see if it IS diseased........ I just bought it 3 weeks ago, from an organic gardener.
Thank you :)

Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 9:00 pm
by rainbowgardener
Sigh... I didn't say what is making it diseased, I said what is making you think it might be diseased. That is, what symptoms/ problems is it having (yellowing, spotting, curled leaves, etc). Usually people don't ask if their plants are diseased when they are seeming perfectly healthy, they only ask if something is going on that makes them suspect a problem...