I have 3 rows of tomatoes, each row planted 2 weeks apart. There are approx 10 plants in each row. Suddenly, one plant from row A (largest plants), one from row B and 2 from row C, have wilted. Not curled, not changed color, not gotten spots. Just gotten entirely flaccid so that the leaves are hanging straight down and are "mushy".
If the plants were being overwatered, I would expect that more plants would show symptoms and the symptoms would come on more gradually. This has happened suddenly, and only to 4 plants (so far). The two plants in row C are next to each other, but the other plants are not anywhere near them or near each other.
Any thoughts? Should I immediately pull any plants at the first sign of wilting? Could it be a fungus?
There are no signs of insects in the plants or anywhere else in the garden. Nor have the tomato plants or any of the other vegetable plants gotten spots or signs of fungus. So far everything is wonderfully healthy except for these 4 plants.