Tomato Problem - New to Area - Help!
Knew how to deal with problems in the vegetable garden in Illinois - just moved to Broomfield, planted my favorites, thought the sunny climate would be perfect for tomatoes. Most of the plants are OK (so far) but one San Marzano roma has curled leaves (they look like they dried up) and grey spots - starting with new growth at the top and only on one side of the plant - so today I sliced off the stems of those leaves and left the parts that appear OK. All the others look fine (so far) - most are VFNs. But this has me stumped. I've been watering religiously in this heat - at least 1 to 2" a week and at ground level rather that overspraying. I'm renting this plot and the lady next to me said it looks like a mosaic? Never heard of that. Should I just pull the whole plant - I doubt I've 'cured' it by cutting off the bad parts. It's a totally organic place but maybe I can find a fungicide or ??? What can I do?