A tomato plant can cause a range of illnesses including:Vestibular nerve damageSymptoms of tomato plant damage can include:Vitamin D deficiencyLow-grade feverVitamin B12 deficiencyHigh-grade inflammationRed eyes, joint pain, difficulty breathing, difficulty sleeping, weakness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, trouble thinking, and trouble concentrating with an altered level of consciousness.
Symptoms include:High-blood pressureHigh-pitched ringing in the ears, ringing in ears, or ringing in jointsThe body may experience dizziness or feel cold or clammy.
The body is sensitive to light and dark.
Tenderness or pain in the throat or mouth occurs.
Nausea and vomiting occur.
Hearing loss, loss of hearing, and hearing loss can occur.
Vomiting can cause loss of appetite.
The respiratory system may be affected.
A wide range of other symptoms may occur, and symptoms can last for several days or even weeks.
The most common symptoms of tomato disease include:Loss of appetite, weight gain, and loss of muscle massSymptoms can include :A sudden change in eating, a rapid weight gain (greater than 2 kilograms)Symptoms may include:Muscle pain, muscle weakness, muscle stiffness, muscle spasms, and weakness of the upper limbs.
Treatment of tomato leaf rot is to apply a mild insecticidal cream to the affected area.
Other possible tomato plant problems include:Low-level feverSymptoms are not related to tomato plant itself, but include:Yellowing of the skinSymptoms usually occur within 1 to 4 days.
Rashes, black spots, and blistering occur as the plant dries out.
The symptoms may also be accompanied by loss of vision, difficulty with hearing, loss in coordination, weakness and difficulty walking, and poor balance.
Other symptoms can include skin ulcers, a fever, or other respiratory problems.
The tomato plant is an important crop for several crops.
Tomato production in the United States can be as much as 60 percent of all tomatoes grown in the world.
The crop is also important for the United Kingdom, Australia, and other parts of Europe.
In China, tomato production is also critical for the country’s export markets.
The World Health Organization (WHO) considers tomatoes to be a “major crop” of the world’s food supply, and the World Trade Organization (WTO) estimates that over 200 million tons of tomatoes are grown worldwide each year.