[Plant-biology] Re:Tomato seed question, Plantbiolist

Hedberg Peter via plantbio%40net.bio.net (by phedberg from biol.uw.edu.pl)
Thu Oct 28 04:51:45 EST 2010


Hi.
I do not know exactly what could have happened to your plant, but I am
very certain that the age of the seed has nothing to do with it.
Seeds can take storage in room-temperature a long time, and since it germinated there is no reason to believe the time has affected it.

The explanation is probably a more common one. Pathogen, to little water or to little nutrients are possible causes. 

Sorry that I can not help you more than saying that the seed has nothing to do with it.

Best regards,

Petter 

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> Hi all!
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> I had an old (cca. 10 years old) tomato seed (Prisca F1). I tried to bed 
> it. After it sprouted, it grew good. Yet it is ~40 cm tall, and lost 
> many leaves. Its leaves becomes thin and hard, and dry up. And last 2 
> days all leaves started to fade.
> What is the reason, and how can I rescue this plant?
> Many thanks!
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> (P.s.: sorry, my english is bad, but I hope, you can understand it.)
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