One of the most common problems that tomato plants face is white spots on the leaves. These spots are caused by a number of different fungi, and can be a serious problem for your plant. If you see white spots on your tomato leaves, it’s important to take action immediately to prevent the spread of the fungi. This fungal disease is characterized by white spots that eventually turn yellow, then brown. The spots may be slightly raised, and the edges may be slightly scalloped. Eventually, the spots coalesce and the leaves turn brown and die. White spot is most common […]