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Is Wind bad for tomato plants?
Last Updated: 22nd January, 2020
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Furthermore, can wind damage tomato plants?
High winds, blowing dust and low humidity candamage the leaves and stems on tomato plants. Heat andlow moisture can cause the edges of the tomato leavesto die back, then twist and curl.
One may also ask, what happens if you plant tomatoes too close together? Tomato plants grow quickly, relying onadequate amounts of water and nutrients. However, whenplanted too closely, tomato plants compete for theseand other soil nutrients and also for water in the soil. Thisincreased competition results in smaller plants with light greenleaves instead of healthy, bright green ones.
Thereof, is too much wind bad for plants?
Wind greatly affects plants throughouttheir growth. When plants are seedlings, slight breezes helpthem grow more sturdy. Wind at gale force can damage or evenbreak and blow down the strongest tree. Winter wind isparticularly damaging because plants are unable to replacethe water they lose and become desiccated.
What are the signs of over watering tomato plants?
When tomato plants receive more water thanthey can use, the signs are clear in the plant andthe surrounding soil. Early signs of overwatering intomato plants include cracked fruit and blisters or bumps onthe lower leaves. If the overwatering continues, the bumpsor blisters on the leaves turn corky.