We live in central Florida near Leesburg in Lake County. As of late, when it rains we notice changes in the otherwise beautiful vegetables we are growing this season...since the beginning of April after Easter on the fourth. This is when the garden got started.
In the last two weeks of June, and maybe a short time before that, we noticed the leaves on our plants were turning brown and drying up. After that we noticed abnormal shapes in the plant's vegetation and even brown areas on the leaves of our plants and holes formed at the inner most part of the brown areas on the peppers and tomatoes.
We are saddened because we had hoped to help supplement our diets with this healthy vegetable garden. That is until the rains off the Gulf of Mexico destroyed it and we do not feel safe in eating the vegetables now that they have these kinds of problems growing. They may be full of chemicals that are unsafe for consumption and need to be tested in a lab.