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Last year I shoveled up a 2 by 10 foot raised bed and planted about 8 tomatoes and lots of different herbs. By about June I started to see some of them wilting and thought it was because of the extremely hot and dry weather. No matter how much water...they wilted. Figured that it was some type of bacterial wilt. This year I built a fairly large cedar raised bed and filled it with equal parts top soil and leaf gro. Everything was growing beautifully until today....and here we go again! One with some serious wilt while all the others look fine. I pulled out the affected tomato plant and am crossing my fingers that the others will stay healthy. My compost tea is almost done brewing and maybe that will help build the good fungi and bacteria!