Tomato leaves burnt. Disease fertilizer burn or both?
So I have a feeling that I have over fertilized the tomatoes.
I bought some high nitrogen high-quality soil and then proceeded to add a cup of kelp and bonemeal into the bottom of the hole, put some crushed Tums on top of that For calcium and then some rock phosphate and put the tomato directly over that. Which was pretty stupid but I did it and now my tomatoes are burnt. I've been flushing the smart pots out for the past few days I was doing it morning and night but now temperatures are low so I'm just doing it in the morning. Some of the spots on the tomato plants don't look as bad though and I'm wondering if it's all nitrogen burn or if there's some disease affecting them as well? I just potted them in the pot and it came on pretty suddenly after potting them up. I'd say two days after potting them.
I hope they will recover as I know tomatoes are hearty but I might've well and truly fucked them up. Any thoughts?
If you look closely at the photos you'll be able to see more in depth when I'm talking about.