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What is wrong with my Tomato Plants?

 
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My Tomato Plants are looking Bleached...
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It looks like sun/wind burn to me, How long have they been outside? if it's only a short while I would be more confident on the sun burn, they will recover just give them time.
 
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They haven't been out that long, thank you!
 
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Yes sunburn is also my best guess but may I give my 5 cents to it?

I would taking care when watering that you not water the stem.
Make a heap around the stem and then a ditch or just stick two cut plastic bottles beside in the ground about 6-8 inches away from the stem.

Tomatoes hate getting wet knees..
 
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I've never heard that we had tomatoes for years and always straight watered them. Thats interesting...ty
 
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