Tomato disease- help please!

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A lot of my new tomat seed looks like you can see on the photo. I have taken the feeds from last years tomat.
I have had aphids in the plants this year.
Hope someone can answer my question.
q tomato disease
It is the one in the middle. Many of the seeds look like this. I have never seen that before.
q tomato disease
aAso here, it is the one in the middle.
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 07, 2018
    The aphids are what is causing the tomato to wilt at the stem.Aphids feed from the stems .Re-pot in fresh soil to try to save them.
  • Jackie Kelley Jackie Kelley on May 07, 2018
    1st. When you transplant these, plant half of the stem. Additional roots will grow on the buried stem. We put epsom salt and asprin in the holes for transplants. Also use soap and water spray for aphids. Check out DIY insect sprays,, non chemical.

  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on May 07, 2018
    -- more light; horticultural soap for aphids on plants this young - I grow heritage tomatoes and have seeds from YEARS ago --- that's not a problem - if the seed germinates, you're good to go --
  • Chef M Chef M on May 08, 2018
    Go to Farmers Almanac.com there you will find any answer you need..From Transplanting to Planting..
  • Mmj14948876 Mmj14948876 on May 08, 2018
    If you smoke, the Tobacco Leaf Mosaic disease, will destroy your plants. So smokers should never touch tomato plants.
  • Marilyn Baumgras Marilyn Baumgras on May 08, 2018
    Put a piece of copp wire into the stalk

  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on May 08, 2018
    Unless these are from a heirloom tomato, you will not get a plant like the original.
  • 9530106 9530106 on May 08, 2018
    Not worth growing from seed. You never know what you will get, and they will be prone to diseases, etc. :(
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