I have 21 tomato plants which were planted in soil that was my lawn. All the plants were growing strong when out of nowhere, the middle row of tomatoes started thick twisted growth in the leaves and stems. The first part of the plant remained unchanged and healthy looking. At first I thought the issue was leaf curl related to the recent period of cool wet weather. None of the plants in the cloche or the solar space experienced this oddity. I tried to Google the tomato plant issues. The closest picture was of a plant that became deformed related to having a drift of pesticide on it. My neighbor has a professional lawn service. (I only have one neighbor. and his lawn is uphill and at least 100 ft away.) There is a dense boarder of trees and shrubs between his lawn and my garden. I know he has his lawn treated on a regular basis. Has anyone had any experience with a condition like this. I will include a picture of the affected plant and one unaffected plant that is in the next row.