Growing tomatoes can be fun and rewarding, but it can also be a lot of work. To make sure you achieve success in your tomato garden, you should be aware of nutritional deficiencies and toxicity issues.
This infographic will tell you most of what you need to know about this matter. If your tomatoes lack in calcium, you’ll see that the new leaves are stunted or misshapen. If deficient in iron, new leaves are yellow or white. If there’s not enough manganese, you’ll notice that the yellow spots or holes between the veins of the leaves.
Learn more about the signs of tomato plant nutritional deficiency from this post.