Help!! Sick Tomato Seedlings
I am just coming to the end of my most successful attempt at growing tomato seedlings under lights in my basement. The plants are healthy, strong, and much larger than most years BUT I have recently noticed an 'infection' of some sort on two taller plants. At first I thought they got too close to the lights and there was a bit of 'sunburn' but now I notice it is on some of the other plants. Could this possibly be blight on indoor seedlings? Those infected are Black Krim(2), Beefsteak (2), and 'Yellow Meaty Itlian' (2), which are all new varieties to me and the seeds were obtained in trades. All my pots were washed with warm soapy water and disinfected in bleach, and I used a sterile soilless mix for germination. Here are a few pics. of the leaves. Should they be tossed? Would removing the affected leaves help? There are other seedlings nearby: peppers and other veggies and they look fine. Your advice is appreciated.Thank you.