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Are my tomatoes fried?? #7895082
06/28/23 06:11 PM
06/28/23 06:11 PM
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foxkidd44 Offline OP
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I’m pretty sure the plant in the first pic is toast… do y’all think the others will make it?? Do I need to cut the yellow leaves off?? I’ll never use roundup again,,, I tried to be xtra careful not to get it on my plants but somehow it did [Linked Image]
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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895085
06/28/23 06:19 PM
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Surry county, NC
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I wouldn’t think so as dead as that grass looks. I’d think the tomatoes are more sensitive then that crab grass would be.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895088
06/28/23 06:24 PM
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Probly just hot. They'll look good in the morning after a drink tonight.


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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895094
06/28/23 06:28 PM
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Pull the cages before you mow them down.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895096
06/28/23 06:32 PM
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They look fine. Not even sure the first one is toast. Give it some water and see what it does.


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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895097
06/28/23 06:33 PM
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I would prun them.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895106
06/28/23 06:50 PM
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water ever 3 days and forget it . They are fine . Mine look worst than that from heat !!!/ then 6 straight days of rain . then 90 degrees. Steamed them just like boiling greens on the stove.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895114
06/28/23 07:05 PM
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Two weeks ought to tell the story. You may be able to breed some roundup ready tomatoes and get a patent, lol.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895124
06/28/23 07:24 PM
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I think, you worry too much.


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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895126
06/28/23 07:24 PM
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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895127
06/28/23 07:26 PM
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you should of covered your plants before you sprayed. roundup is a contact killer if it doesn't touch the plant it wont kill it

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895183
06/28/23 08:20 PM
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Even if they die try and find some young plants. I replanted after my garden flooded in 2001 on July 10th and still harvested a bunch of tomatoes.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895269
06/28/23 09:50 PM
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That first one is a little tough looking. Round up takes a long time to work. You aren't out anything just leaving it. If you sprayed that grass around the tomatoes with round up, you probably got too close. I would stay at least a foot away with a sprayer. Drops can bounce off leaves and land on adjacent plants. Better yet, use a wiper. Just don't let it drip.

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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895272
06/28/23 09:55 PM
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4 in paint roller is lot cheaper

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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895280
06/28/23 09:59 PM
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Thanks guys


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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895290
06/28/23 10:05 PM
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Need a drink

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895351
06/29/23 12:25 AM
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Plant some more plants maybe.

Last edited by Law Dog; 06/29/23 12:25 AM.

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Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895370
06/29/23 03:53 AM
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Take some suckers off those plants and putt them in the ground, they should make maters.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: foxkidd44] #7895441
06/29/23 06:33 AM
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I had some that looked just like that after the farmer sprayed his field a hundred yards away in a slight breeze. It took three weeks to a month but none survived.

Hopefully that's not the case for you.

Re: Are my tomatoes fried?? [Re: jbyrd63] #7895445
06/29/23 06:35 AM
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Originally Posted by jbyrd63
water ever 3 days and forget it . They are fine . Mine look worst than that from heat !!!/ then 6 straight days of rain . then 90 degrees. Steamed them just like boiling greens on the stove.

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