Roma looked great until brown & yellow spots on leaves
Roma tomatoes plants from bonnieplants.com. They state that they are resistant to verticillium wilt (V) and fusarium wilt (F).
Planted in late May, grew fantastic up to early August. Height is over 6 foot now.
Starting in early August very lower leaves got the brown spots, then yellow around it. It has slowly spread up to higher and higher leaves and jumped to the next plant after 3-4 days. Then spread to the next plant after another 4 days. Upper leaves on all plants are perfect.
During this time I used dusting sulfur and/or a fungicide called Daconil. Neither worked.
Planted in large garden, full sun from 10 am to 8 pm. Have soaker hose running along them and water for 1 hour each morning unless rain is forecast for the day.
Bell pepper, jalapeno pepper, cayenne pepper and banana pepper planted further down the row are all in great shape as is watermelon and pumpkins in same garden.
Soil test in June said very low phosphorus & nitrogen but very high potassium. Used Miracle Grow twice over the summer.
Tomato plants are loaded with tomatoes. Lower tomatoes have scarring or cuts at the top.
Please help. First time I have had tomatoes have problems but first time planting in this garden.