I purchased 2 patio tomato plants about a month ago. They are planted in large pots on my patio.
One of the plants is blooming and growing like a weed. The other plan doesnt seem to have done much - no blooms, no growth, etc.
1) They both have something wrong with their leaves. I think it might be blight, but Im not sure. The leaves have squiggly yellow-brown lines over the surface. The lines are about a quarter-inch wide and have little black dots/lines running through the center. The lines feel a bit rough. Theyre mostly on the front (top?) surface of the leaves and only bleed through to the underside in a few cases.
2) Some of the lower leaves are wilted a bit.
No. 2 is why I think it might be blight, even though it doesnt quite seem to match up with the descriptions Ive read/seen on the net. The photos/descriptions Ive seen of blight suggest its usually a dark spot, surrounded by concentric circles of yellowish/brownish. Mine dont have any spots, just squiggly lines.
I dont have a digital camera, but Ive attached a sample illustration (did I mention Im bored today?? At least I finally found a use for MS Paint).
Ive been looking at pictures of tomato plants gone wrong on the net, and Im pretty sure my tomato plants are a lost cause.
Any advise/tips would be appreciated!