I'm pretty sure that one of the 4 varieties of tomatoes I planted had anthracnose. They were sick and inedible at any rate and looked like the anthracnose pics in the Vegetable Gardener's Bible. Normally, when I do fall clean-up, I put veggie plant remains (stalks, leaves, chipmunk-chewed fruits, etc.) in the compost. But, if I put the anthracnose tomatoes in the compost and then later use the compost in the garden, will I be spreading anthracnose via the compost?? Or, will the composting process somehow kill the anthracnose?