We planted 10 better boy tomato plants and 2 big boys.... they did GREAT in the beginning... we had HUGE plants - then one big boy started turning yellow and the branches began to wilt and die.... still has fruit on, but they aren't growing very large.... Now 8 of the better boys, both of the big boys are yellowing and DYING!!! I am sick! I have 25 green tomatoes I have picked for fear of losing my crop - with lots more on, but the plants are dying at such a high rate of speed, I fear this might be my only crop... I am sick, I envisioned canning tomatoes for the winter, but its not gonna happen this year!! This is what the "old timers" have told me here - (native KS garden growers) 1. not enough water 2. too much water 3. BLIGHT 4. heat related (however, the first affected plant was well over a month BEFORE the heat got so intense!) Anybody got any ideas?? Am I out of luck totally this year?? Can I pull up the affected ones and try to save the last two that don't have any signs? Futile effort?? I was told I will need to burn all the plants and then there is something I can put on the young plants BEFORE they fruit to prevent blight... if that is what this is..... Thanks!