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12 May 18 Penny (Australia - tropical climate)
My tomato seedlings keep shrivelling up and dying, they grow really well and then one day they justshrivel up. When I look just below the soil they seem to have a brown part on the stem, almost like it has rotted? Someone suggested it was some type of worm?
14 May 18 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Could be wilt. Try the internet.
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