What’s wrong with my tomato plant? :(


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Hey guys!! :D

I’m completely new to the world of gardening and one of my tomato plants has developed some weird looking build up/growth or something in the soil. The others seem alright so I’ve put this one in isolation for now incase it’s a disease of some sort.

would anyone be able to help me identify this by any chance? (And if you have any advice I’d really appreciate that!!)

thank you!! :3

let me know if you need more photos of the actual plant etc.
 

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Hey guys!! :D

I’m completely new to the world of gardening and one of my tomato plants has developed some weird looking build up/growth or something in the soil. The others seem alright so I’ve put this one in isolation for now incase it’s a disease of some sort.

would anyone be able to help me identify this by any chance? (And if you have any advice I’d really appreciate that!!)

thank you!! :3

let me know if you need more photos of the actual plant etc.
Is your plant in a clear container? What weird stuff are you referring too?
 
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I'm also not seeing what you're talking about, but nothing looks to bad to me, except how the roots seem to be cramped up, i.e. root bound.

There's a lot of weird looking things in the soil, that doesn't mean it's a bad thing. I get Dog Vomit Slime Mold (<Google it for pictures) in various parts of my garden, the stuff looks deadly, but it's completely harmless and actually a sign of healthy soil.

How are your tomato plants looking?


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