We have managed to get what appears to be verticillium wilt in a couple of our vegetables beds. The top leaves on the pepper plants kind of wilted but never fell off and the fruit got gray when it was small and rotted. The potatoes looked good for a long time. Then instead of dying back in the normal way, they started dying back from the ground up. We have used a fungicide on both beds and cut back a couple of pepper plants and pulled another couple (we still have a couple that don't seem to be too badly infected). Also, the cukes that are in the same bed as the peppers have loads of blooms but no fruit. Questions - Any problem eating the potatoes, assuming there are any? What should we do to avoid this in the future? Rotate beds? I purchased my pepper plants. Is it possible that these were not disease resistant and that's what caused the problem? Thanks for your help!