I have something going wrong with my tomato plants this year. I was told by one gentleman that it is Black Spot hitting up the tomato plants in the NE Oklahoma area. I also called Roger over at the OSU Extension Office and he said that it is most likely Early Blight or Septoria. He told me to use a product called Daconil to control it. He also said to practice good garden hygiene - at the end of each season pull out and burn or bag up and trash all plant remains.
Here are a few pics in case anyone has any suggestions:
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