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How to Diagnose Problems With Tomato Plants.?

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1. Examine your tomatoes for common pest problems. Look for sucking bugs and chewing bugs that target tomatoes as host plants. Sucking bugs insert their mouths into plant parts to feed on tissue fluid, while chewing bugs bite away and consume plant
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