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I have tomatoes in my greenhouse which have looked strong and heathy up to a few days ago now they do not look very good, leaves curling in on themselves and stems seem thinner. What's gone wrong?


Probably feeling the cold, like us - they'll be fine.


Uncurl the leaves and see if there are any green fly inside?


Conflicting temperatures-they will grow out of it-we have had hot sunshine and now cool days.

Just happens-do you shade the greenhouse?


There isn't any greenfly and I don't shade the greenhouse, must be the cold. Thanks for the info will leave them alone.




You should shade the greenhouse from direct sunshine and ventilate as much as possible-that will help with fluctuating temperatures.



My greenhouse isn't glass so doesn't get the full force of the sun and I do ventilate it.


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