Hi My wife bought on a whim a tomato plant in IKEA a few weeeks ago. Given I had some space in my new vertical planters, I offered the new arrival a place on top of one of them, sharing with strawberries some good quality fresh soil out of bags, so hopefully pests free. I had to trim some dry and spotted leaves after a few days, which I put down to the plant having taken some damage in transit. But now I noticed some gray spots on leaves otherwise healthy. The plant seems to do fine for now, the trusses keep growing and I removed some of the leaves. Could you please tell me what it is? My problem here is that tomorrow I am waiting for delivery of 6 healthy tomato plants, and three more over the next weeks. My garden is small and the most sunny bits smaller still, so I cannot afford to plant the new plants far away. Dependently on the severity of the thing, and how contagious it might be, I would rather get rid of the plant entirely. But being a present from my wife, I would rather be sure that it is really needed before bagging it tight and chucking it. Sorry for the awful photos, I had to take them with my phone late evening today.