Yeah, I did my tomatoes a little late. It was my first try with basic seeds from the garden centre, and I've got 8 plants here at home, all around the same sizes. The ones grown indoors inside the window are really tall (4 feet odd) and had no side shoots until I moved them outside into a mini ploycover greenhouse.
The ones I put out in a grow bag (3 in one bag) are a lot shorter but seem to have browner stalks, darker leaves and no problems that I can really see, aside from a tiny sign of yellow dots on some leaves - but it's barely anything there and it isn't spreading.
The taller ones have varying degrees of issue with the leaves having marks on them that are pale yellow. On one plant, whole leaves have actually chemically changed form into rubbery pale brown, stretchy stuff!
The main issue is, even if I lose a plant or two with these really wierd leaves, I am not getting ANY flowers/fruit at all showing so far. Of course, I don't really know what I am looking for (which doesn't help) in the first signs, but so far it's all stalk, leaves and that's it.
I am pinching out side shoots. The plants are warm enough and get sun. They are not waterlogged and I have tried feeding the ground with various forms of basic fertilizer, and now I've also added some tomato liquid feed and spray for the leaves to encourage growth. I cannot see any bugs on them and no chewing or slug trails.
Any ideas why it's late september and no sign of flowers or fruit, even rubbish ones?