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is it safe to eat tomatoes from a vine that has the wilt?

My tomatoe plant has the wilt, are the tomatoes on it okay to eat?
asked Aug 19, 2013 by anonymous






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Yes.  Many tomato plants have various forms of wilt and gardeners don't even realize it for several weeks.
answered Oct 27, 2013 by Brigit The Irish Gal (13,420 points)
I would water them well, if it does not rain, you need to water them.
answered Aug 4 by retiredladie (140,040 points)

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