Late blight hit the Celebrities and Big Boys. Not sure why this happened. One theory is lack of nutrients. I have been lax fertilizing as of late and I did not add compost to the mix this year or any slow release ferts. Another theory is blame it on the sunflowers again. They may be a vector and using them as buffer plants may have brought this on. The two Branywines are unaffected and very healthy. All tomato plants are producing a lot of tomatoes. I probably should be measuring the harvest with a scale. Maybe next year. Despite the blight I would consider this year’s tomato crop to be a success in that it produced a decent amount of nice round tomatoes without BER or cracking or other weirdness. I’m probably around 60-70 harvested so far. A second wave harvest is doubtful. The Brandywines have a shot at a second wave but I don’t see any new flowers on them either even though the plants themselves look good. A couple Celebrities look kind of stunted. In past years the Celebrities were the hardy ones — not this year. Maybe Gethsemane in Rogers Park sold me bad tomato seedlings. I have already decided not to use them next year because of their selection has been poor. This seals the deal for me.