Too much rain?
Carolyn posted these comments in another thread:
"As it is, my tomato plants are lousy this year and I am doubtful about any kind of production. Too much continuous torrential downpours, over cast skies and little sun.
I hope, but this just might be a year when things don't work out, sadly."
That's the way it's looking to me too, but I have way, *way* less experience growing tomatoes and far less knowledge about the plants themselves. If it were to dry out (no sign of that here) would the plants recover or do you think there's been too much damage done already?
I can tell by looking at them they don't look right - not as much fruit set, more blight than usual, long spindly branches - but I'm not sure why the rain has had this effect.