Question:Why do my plants have curling leaves?Answer:The most common thing I see with tomato plants is something called Tomato Leaf Curl. The leaves curl as a response to something that is unbalanced within the plant.Some of the most common reasons you might see this in your plants are exposure to herbicides (lawn care companies usually), extreme heat, over-pruning, or recent transplanting.The good news is, unless other symptoms such as spotting of dying foliage, the leaf curl most often will go away. I have it come and go on my tomato plants, and I never worry about it.I think you should be okay!!Good Luck,Brad
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