Curling Tomato Leaves

I have a patio tomato plant that's leaves are turning under, not up. Why?

By 1234? from Milwaukee, WI

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Curling Tomato Leaves

There is a bug called a leaf roller. Look at it really close including the under side of the leaves. Good luck, (06/10/2009)

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By jabsgram

Curling Tomato Leaves

One reason leaves curl down is too much moisture. They try to expose as much surface area to release the moisture, leaves curl up if they are too dry, trying to save as much moisture in the plant as possible. (06/10/2009)

By BABBIE

Curling Tomato Leaves

Had the same curling, immediately watered and sprayed water on leaves they perked back up in less than 30 minutes. When it's warm tomatoes go through copious amounts of water especially if in containers. (07/29/2009)

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