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Old June 2, 2007   #1
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These are sungold leaves

The leaves down lower are looking like this, the farther up the less yellow,however they are not near as dark as my black cherry, kelogs breakfast, or sunsugar leaves.

It isn't a sunlight problem, they are on the outside edge of the plant and should be getting plenty of light.
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With the rain we have gotten here it may be from too much water.
Some tomato plants respond to this differently than others.
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Looks like the same Early Blight I'm getting. I'm amazed that Sungold can look so pitiful and yet keep cranking out tomatoes and growing upwards, yet this is my 2nd year growing it and this seems to be its behavior at least in my garden. Black Cherry in contrast seems to have almost no EB.
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thanks for the replies, yea I hope the plant hangs in there. They are producing nicely. First black cherry is ripening now woohoo!
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My Sungold plant looks hideous but is still producing.


Sungold (left) and Husky Red Cherry (right)


P.S. I do not recommend HRC. It's tough and I don't like the flavor.
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