Need Help Identifying Tomato Leaf Condition
I'm a little paranoid after the last couple of years I've seen to have some problem with diseases. This year I tried to start tomatoes from seed but my results were not too good because of space limitations, my lack of knowledge and not using enough light early enough. My seedlings were somewhat stunted from insufficient light and I didn't let my seedlings adjust enough and many of them have suffered transplant shock from the sudden strong sunlight. The ones that have survived are somewhat stunted and I suspect may be vulnerable to diseases because of their weakened state.
I decided to buy some greenhouse raised tomato plants. I am somewhat spooked by the condition of the greenhouse raised tomato plants; I tried to pick the healthiest ones, yet they all seem to have some leaf roll that I fear could be a symptom of viruses or herbicide damage or some other illness. Other than the leaf roll the plants seem to be largely in excellent condition. There is some yellowing and brown spots on some of the rolled leaves. I already planted some greenhouse tomato plants about a week ago and sprayed them with about a 33% mix of milk and water as a preventive measure. The plants that were planted a week ago seem to be more healthy now, so perhaps having more roots space and healthy soil has helped or perhaps the milk solution helped.
I'm probably just worrying too much. But I was hoping for opinions of others as to what these conditions can be and how seriously should I take it and what actions I should take. I'm tempted just to wait and see what develops.
I posted these photographs as links. I know it's somewhat irritating to do it that way but I think it's more courteous for people with less bandwidth or less powerful computer.