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What Causes Yellow Leaves on Tomato Plants?

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Tomatoes need nitrogen; their leaves will turn yellow without it. Mix some compost or used coffee grounds in with the soil to determine if a lack of nitrogen is the problem. If the bottom leaves of your tomato plant turn yellow, it's probably lacking
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