Last year was my 1st garden attempt on my current property. I have grown great tomatoes on my prior property approx. 20 miles away for years. Last year's tomatoes on this property were beautiful when I brought them out of the greenhouse
(I start most of my own plants from seeds
). After 2-3 weeks out in the garden the tomato plants began to show signs of something wrong. New leaves at top of plant began to curl and the stem & leaf took on the appearance of shepherd's crook. Soil ph tests out to 7-8 with an average of 7.5. Suggestions have been that the soil is calcium deficient and needs to be opened up with line so that the plant can take in sufficient water & nutrients however the remedy for high ph alkaline soil sulfur. These plants have been in the ground since May 20th and I need to know the right thing to do and hopefully salvage them this year.