Tomato Leaves Turning Yellow with Black Spots?

I have a tomato plant with leaves that are turning yellow with black spots. I transplanted it two weeks ago into a plastic container. I don't have any green space to plant it in ground. What is the problem and what do I do?

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February 28, 20170 found this helpful

This looks like a disease. ANy number of plant antifungals should help. As well, water the tomatoes a lot but during the early day so that the moisture at night does not contribute to the problem. Tomato food, crushed eggshells and enough water and sun should create a healthy plant that does not have so many problems.

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February 28, 20170 found this helpful

This is a disease. You need a fungicide.

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