tomato blight


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a disease of tomato plants

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PROBLEMS - the wet weather means tomato blight and slugs can be a problem for gardeners
Another common problem among these plants is tomato blight, when the unripe fruits develop gingery-brown areas of discoloration.
As our neighbourhood slowly but surely turns into a very neat market garden I fear becoming a social pest - unable to keep up when the conversation turns to reclaimed timber, shed designs or tomato blight.
Ball, gardeners in the Northeast who planted heirloom tomatoes organically this year had a poor harvest -- due to the long spell of gray, damp days that resulted in the well publicized Tomato Blight.
Wet summers of recent years have seen tomato blight decimating any attempts, and major commercial growers have long since given up.
Baking soda: For anthracnose, early tomato blight, leaf blight and spots, powdery mildew, and as a general fungicide.
As our neighbourhood slowly but surely turns into a very neat market garden I fear becoming a social pest ( unable to keep up when the conversation turns to reclaimed timber, shed designs or tomato blight.
Tomato blight is very similar to the disease which attacks potatoes, so keep tomatoes away from potato crops.
They're said to show resistance to tomato blight but I tried them this summer and they were badly hit, so I'd recommend growing in a greenhouse.