That is, pics IF I can get it to work- I've never posted pics on here before. Hmmm.... Let me try another route- I'll post it on my web site, and give a link here. Wisconsin 55 All Curled Up This is one of my Wisconsin 55 tomato plants, that I grew from seed. See the curly leaves at the top, and the twisting, curling branches? All of our tomato plants this year have this, to varying degrees. I have no idea what it might be. The various types of tomatoes (7 in all, 6 of which are heirlooms) are all planted in different beds (well, some types are "doubled up" due to lack of space) and different dirt. I had to mix my own from various sources to make my raised beds this year. Maybe we'd have been better off planting in our poor soil again! :-( About the only thing that I can think of that is "same" about all of the tomatoes, is they can get blown by the same wind, my husband watered them all with Miracle Gro a couple of times (over my loud protests!), and I use the same hose to water all those in the back- the ones in the front are watered with a different hose. I see no spots or yellowing, very few holes (as from insect feeding), and the stems and leaves all seem green- they're just severely curly! The new growth displays this pattern much more than old growth. The smaller (planted later) Riesentraube tomatoes in the very back have the least of this, but they are beginning to show it as well. The tomatoes in the front bed, the Black Cherry tomatoes, ate huge- very lush and gorgeous. But as I looked underneath this morning, some of the under branches are beginning to look curly too- and these, though none of the others, are beginning to show some browning and crinkling (dry sports, looks like) on some of the affected branches. All the tomatoes but the Black Cherries, have the curling at the top; the Black Cherries, in the front, have it underneath, and not to be seen on the growth tips. I hope I'm explaining this right. It could be that what's affecting those in the front, is different from what is affecting the rest of them. I am so upset and disappointed! I got all of the seeds I planted, from Martin here, and added a few Ozark Pinks and Better Boys that were given to us later, all ready to plant. I did so want them to do well! What can I do, if anything? What is wrong with them???