Leathery leaves with Mushrooms in Tomato Plant Soil
Perhaps those in the know can help? I am new to container gardening and have planted several varieties of tomatoes with a drip irrigation system in place. I am using organic potting mix and compost together and provided adequate drainage, but I cant figure out this one. I have a Fireworks plant in quite a large half wine barrel that has light, leathery leaves and growing more mushrooms than tomatoes! See pic. It's been rather hot and humid here and it's getting full sun (min 8 hrs). I also give it fish emulsion liquid once/2 weeks (1 tbl/2 gallon mix) via watering can. What am I doing wrong? tks in advance.
This post was edited by legend88ls on Sat, Jul 13, 13 at 17:20