Tomato Plant Issues


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Ok, I'm not sure what is going on with my tomato plants so I'm looking for some advice. I have 2 types with 2 of each type.

Both Type A looks horrible. Everything curling and wilting. Yellow leaves and overall not great.

Both Type B looks generally good except that they just stopped growing a few weeks ago. They were shooting up like weeds and then just stopped, like frozen in time. The up close photo of the leaf I pulled off one of the Type B plants shows some brown spots and what looks like grey/purple spots.

I have grown tomatoes with fairly good success in these same spots for a number of years.

What do I have here? Overwatering? Some kind of disease? Any advice would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!
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Hello and welcome to GF
I would say that it's under watering. But someone else might know more. Has it been really hot weather for you?
 
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The opposite actually, its been really wet and rainy. On the days it doesn't rain, I run the drip hose for awhile.
 

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It could be over watering and the start of botritus, which isn't good at all. I'd start again with new plants and soil.
 
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