We have had 3 growing seasons since we moved in here. The first year, we planted tomatoes and zucchinis and green beans, all grew great, great harvest. We planted the same stuff the following year, and things didn't go so well. The zucchinis leaves got eaten by something (leaving a skeleton, so I suspect some kind of bug, but I have never seen bugs around or on the plants. This killed most of the zucchini and bean plants. The tomato leaves were left untouched and the plants grew, but a number of the tomatoes had holes or rotting sections. That year was unusually wet so I blamed it on that and replanted the next year. The same thing happened again, even worse. We got maybe one zucchini and 3 edible tomatoes, no beans or bok choy. Same problem, the leaves on the zucchini and beans and bok choy were eaten, killing the plants. The tomato plants were fine, but most of the tomatoes had holes and went rotten. The raspberry bush did great, got lots of raspberries. The yard came with a mint plant spreading all over, they weren't affected, but the rosebushes that also came with the house were eaten almost clean off last year.
So, I do not want to plant this year if the same thing will happen. Does anyone have any ideas what this could be and what I could do to fix it? I don't understand why nothing happened the first year, then after that only problems.