I'm brand new to vegetable gardening, so I need a lot of help! My vegetables are in containers on my condo balcony. It is south west facing so they get a lot of sun, but they also get a LOT of wind and it's been pretty cool here in Toronto this spring.
I just planted peppers (bell and Jalapeno) and tomato about 2 weeks ago and the pepper's leaves are starting to wrinkle, turn dark and shrivel away. I've read explanations for this from calcium deficiency, to aphids, to thrips, to too much water! I've been inspecting them for bugs, but haven't seen any aphids anywhere near my plants. I took some photos of the plants - can anyone identify what would cause this and how to save them? Peppers are what I was most excited to grow! Thank you!