We've got some type of funky virus in our soil that makes all of our tomatoes drop dead.
We'd taken a soil sample to both our County Agent and our USDA....they both said that it was hopeless.
Just as the tomatoes start producing fruit, the plants wither and dye, one by one. We've tried potting soil, moving our gardens, container gardeing, getting a truckload of topsoil...no luck.
So.... I'm trying this. Hay Bale Gardening. http://www.newsprepper.com/hay-bale-gardening-effortless-food-production-with-no-weeds-no-fertilizer-less-watering-video/#.VrpnAvkrLIU
Starting small with only 2 hay bales. 3 cherry tomatoes, 1 regular tomato, thyme and oregano.