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Issues with tomatillos, tomatoes and my beans. help. I think a deficiency, bacter or fungi disease  RSS feed

 
travis hoeffel
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So my tomatillo plants are huge but have a bug that eats up there leaves i have seen really small black beetles that jump or fly and a few red mites the leaves also have yellowing along the vains i was thinking a nitrogen deficiency but the plants are huge. Also the beans have an issue with getting brown spots that are kinda bulseye patern maybe bacterial or fungal disease? The tomato has leaves that are also yellowing likee tomatillo leaves but also have like a deformed leave. Here are some pictures. So any help with identifying the specific issues will be highly appreciated thanks.
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Picture 1 looks a lot like the bacterial spotting that is super common on spicebush in Ohio. Looking at a chart of things, it looks like that might be what it is on these as well since apparently tomatoes are prone to the same bacterial spotting. Tomato Leaf Key
 
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