7 causes for tomato plant yellow leaves

Many things on your tomato plant may cause yellow leaves.

  1. Insufficient water
  2. Insufficient sunshine
  3.  Insufficient nutrients in the soil
  4.  Insufficient nitrogen in your soil 
  5. Blight
  6. Pest problems
  7. Chlorosis

Water: Check that your soil has enough moisture content.
Insufficient sunshine
Insufficient nutrients in the soil: Need to fertilize the soil
Insufficient nitrogen in your soil :  Need to fertilize the soil
Blight:  Different types of Fungus that attack the plant and destroy it.
Pest problems: check you plants and soil for worms or caterpillars
Chlorosis: Your plant is not producing enough chlorophyl.  This may be a symptom of one of the above problems

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