leaves and branches dying
I have in the past four of five years had a problem with my tomatoes. This time of the year. I will have a totally green and healthy tomato plant over night. Have one to three branches and leaves just go totally limp. Just like the life had just gone out of it. It will affect the branches only at first. Then in the time the whole plant will die. Branch by branch. It will only affect certain kinds of plants. It won't affect grape tomatoes. But it will affect Jetstars.
I always assume it was a blight or virus. I sprayed them for that. Didn't do much good. Finally a neighbor said it was a bug problem. That was last year after the plants were all but gone.
Now it has started again. I started powering and spraying for bugs. I called the local garden center and they say it could be a virus in the soil. I have noticed it only affects the plants in that area of the garden. I rotate every year. Which now makes me wonder. But why does it affects certain plants?
I still think it's a bug problem.