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tomato disease in Honey drop plants

 
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Hi, Has anyone grown Honey  Drop tomato before. This is the first year I have tried them. The seedlings looked great and were doing very well. I potted them up to larger pots 2 weeks ago and then a few days later all the plants looked like they had a fungus /disease, while none of the other tomato plants did. All were grown in the same soil and in the same area. I tossed the lot in the trash as I didn't want anything to spread. I just checked the remainging plants and all looked good. So was it just the honey drops or was it something on the seeds ? I have some seeds left and will try again next year. But was just wondering if any one else has run into this?
 
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This is also my first year growing Honeydrop My Honeydrop seeds came from Quail Seeds.  My seedlings are doing well but I have not potted them up yet.   They do however look a bit purplish which I have put down to getting cold.  I will move them to a warmer area when I pot them on.
 
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I am south of boston, and  the plants were inside and warm. I got my seeds from SeedsN Such.  
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