I have about 6 different varieties of tomatoes growing and they ALL have this problem. We have had an unusually wet spring.
Is this early blight?
What can I do to save them? They have just started to blossom.
Looks like late blight to me, seeing as it appears to be on the stem also. EB usually expresses with yellowing around a bullseye-shaped mark. May be too late.
It just started as brown specks on the plants a few days ago. It is primarily on the bottom leaves but some of them have some discoloration all the way up. Some of the leaves are just all yellow.
I am going to try pruning and a fungicide. We had an unusually wet, cool spring but it is hot and dry now.
I am up for any other ideas as this is my entire crop.
Well, it seems I just got my answer.
Bonnie Plants has recalled $1M of plants due to late blight.
Google "Bonnie Plants late blight" for more than you would ever want to know about this disaster.