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What is wrong with my tomato plants?

what is wrong with my tomato plants?

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There's your photos. Not for sure, but the second one looks like it could be septoria. You can look that up, and we can see if others here agree with me.
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Looks like some kind of mechanical wear to me, perhaps winds or rain abrasion. There also appears to be some early sign of summer blight but can't really tell from the photos. Overall the tomatoes look quite healthy to me.
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It doesn't look like any of the common spots or blights (missing some characteristic colors and such). It looks more like the plant didn't like something that was sprayed on it (burned by the carrier liquid), which would be something like abrasion/wind damage.



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