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Ouch!!! It's Not Smooth Sailing!!!
After just 3 days of planting my baby toms, I was just about to relax when one of them was curled up dying.
First Casualty ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
I just couldn't believe because it was fine in the morning and now!?!!?? The only thing I can think off is a careless bird landed on it causing it to break at the soil level. It was sad, very sad!!!
Investigation ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
Luckily I still have a pot of baby toms which I kept as insurance should the need arises.
Assurance!! ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
The healthiest of the lot was chosen and was planted in the excat same spot.
Shorty ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
I wonder .... what's next!!!!
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Good luck KK. Good thing you had some replacements at the ready
KK, that looks like a fungal infection on the stem...damping off maybe. See, there where it is all whithered? that is what it looks like for me in the greenhouse. But keep on trying. Not every plant is going to be as susceptible as the last one.
The potted toms look so healthy, maybe you should just have some nice container plants too. My container tomatoes do better than my in ground ones some years.
What a shame about that tom. I have to say that my immediate impression was something similar to Carolyn's idea.
sorry your having trouble there KK but keep on plugging and it will all come together. Hopefully the replacement one will come through for you. Good luck!
Argguhh!!! Another one gone!!! The one that is right beside the first that went. Got another in.