Why do my tomato plant leaves look burnt?
Too Much or Too Little Water
Dry soil or overly wet soil leads to leaf problems, such as burning or scorch. Moisture problems that lead to burning start as browning of the leaf tips and margins, which eventually leads to curling, wilting leaves that drop off your tomato plants.
Why do leaves turn black?
Watering. Over-watering plants can cause a plant’s leaves to turn black. Often by this stage, the plant has irreversible rot and cannot be saved. To prevent this, don’t let your plants sit in too much water and make sure that the pot it’s in has a hole at the bottom so any excess water can escape.
Why are my tomatoes growing black?
A sunken black spot at the blossom end of tomato fruits is the classic symptom of blossom end rot. This relatively common garden problem is not a disease, but rather a physiological disorder caused by a calcium imbalance within the plant.