I'm a new gardener who has planted veggies for the first time to teach my 2 and 4-year old sons about food production. I'm very excited about our tomato plants (one cherry, one heirloom, one roma, and one hybrid), but the heirloom has drooped considerably, the leaves roll downwards and even shrivel up. They seem thicker and dark green and some leaves have raised areas that look like blisters. There are no yellow or brown fringes or spots but the plant looks terrible and I fear a virus--tomato curl leaf or mosaic? Does it matter?
The soil is very sandy here in San Diego, but I added good top soil when planting. Please, can someone tell me I'm over or underwatering or maybe have a soil deficiency that can be corrected? I fear a virus that requires destroying this once beautiful plant and I'm hoping someone here can help me to save it.
I have photos, but can't figure out how to attach them here--any advice?
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