Tomato plants grown in greenhouses tend to suffer from a specific range
of pests and diseases. We list them below in the order in which they are
It is of course possible for greenhouse tomato plants to
suffer a range of other problems. If you can't identify the pest and
disease from the list below then click here to go to our pest and disease centre.
As well as pest and disease identification, we suggest remedies for
GREENHOUSE PEST & DISEASE -
The number one pest when growing tomatoes in your greenhouse will be the
whitefly. They start off as tiny nymphs on the underside of leaves. They
then develop into adult whitefly. Click here for our
page devoted to identifying and treating whitefly pests in greenhouses.
RED SPIDER MITE
The first signs of red spider mite is the appearance of mottling on the
top of leaves. As soon as you see this, act quickly. We have a pest page
devoted entirely to identifying and treating red spider in the
greenhouse, click here to go there now.
OTHER GREENHOUSE TOMATO PESTS & DISEASES
Tomatoes grown in greenhouses do suffer from a range of other pests and
diseases but they are not specific to greenhouse culture. They affect
tomato plants grown in greenhouses and outside. Click here to go to our
main tomato pest and disease page for full details.
The good news for greenhouse growers is that the scourge of outdoor
tomatoes, blight, is far less likely to affect tomato plants in
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