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PostPosted: Nov 30th, '19, 14:24 
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My 6 week old system has cycled nicely and most plants are starting to do well, however i've had an ongoing problem with brown leaves on my tomatoes. They seem otherwise healthy and fruiting, but the leaves often brown, die, then fall off. It starts spotty but seems to spread.

Ph is at 6.5, ammonia is 0, nitrite is 0, nitrates are pretty high at about 350ppm, however I haven't found any info to suggest this will cause problems. Any ideas?

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PostPosted: Dec 1st, '19, 03:36 
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Seriously, this cant be healthy.
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Most tomato plants do that just take the leaves off up to the first budding stem you will still get a good crop

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Ok thanks, will ignore the browning.


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