Tomato spotted wilt first appears as light brown flecks on leaves. This is followed by growing brown spots, drooping, and finally, full browning and dying. The plants will look wilted. It affects many plants other than tomatoes, but on tomatoes the fruit is also severely affected. Discoloration is the most common effect, but cracking and rot also appear in severe cases. It also degrades the flavor and texture.
RavenCroft said: So this TSWV is definitely insect borne then. Geesch! Just when you thought it was safe to come out of the woods, LOL! Up pops something else.