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PostPosted: Dec 15th, '19, 17:59 
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I am wondering if this sort of marking on a leaf looks like something contagious to other leaves. The plant next to it is a different kind of tomato thats never had this sort of light green bubbling up that results in brown spots that turn brown. It made contact with the plant next to it and only that ONE leaf had similar spotting. I cut any out that seemed to have any spots as the baby leaves on the plant seem to have lost the spotting.


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Tomato leaf spot of some sp. Where the leaves affected clost to the growing medium?


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