I grew a "Taxi" yellow tomato for the first time this year. Up until recently I was very pleased with the number of small, bright fruits it produced, and the sweet taste was outstanding. It was our first producer too. But now the plant has been completely taken down by blight, or something else. There is not a living branch. Sure, my tomatoes always catch some disease or other, like almost everyone's, but they always manage to hang on until frost. Not this guy. The thing that really puzzles me is I used brand new soil in this area of the garden. The other tomatoes are doing better, and some look like they are barely touched by blight. Strange.
The Incas (a hybrid plum) next to the Taxi also don't look good, but they're not dead (yet). And the taller heirlooms in the background are fine.