Please help identify tomato leaf spots?
Hi, I'm new to gardening and new to the forum. I bought a couple of nice looking tomato plants from an old guy at our local farmer's market two weeks ago. One was a Cherokee Purple, and one was a Sweet 100 cherry tomato. The Cherokee purple looks great.
Problem is, I started noticing about a week ago some darker green looking spots on the mature leaves of the Sweet 100. My first thought was that it was blight and I should pitch it immediately... but it doesn't LOOK like the pictures of blight that I see online. The leaves have slowly gotten more spots, but the spots died. There's no discoloration other than the dead spots.
Note on the image: there's no white on the leaves, that's just reflection from the flash that you see.
If anyone could identify this, tell me if I should rip out the plant or if not, how to treat it, I would be greatly appreciative. I have no idea what I'm doing, and no one to teach me how to garden. :/