Why Are My Tomato Plants Turning Yellow?

Tomatoes are a very popular fruit with a long history. The tomato was first grown in Mexico, and then later spread to other parts of the world. Today, tomatoes can be found in many different varieties, and they’re used for everything from soup to salads. They’re also really tasty!

But there are some things you should know about tomatoes before you start growing them at home.

First of all, your tomatoes might look yellow or brown because they’re trying to tell you something.

Here’s what it means:-

The leaves on your tomato plants might be curling up or turning yellow and falling off. This usually means that your plant is getting cold or is stressed out. It could also mean that the soil is too warm, too wet, or has a too high level of nutrients (like nitrogen).

If you suspect any of these things are the problem, try bringing down the temperature in your greenhouse by turning off the heating vents and opening up some windows or doors.

Then check the leaves again in a few days to see if it improves. If not, contact a professional horticulturist for help.