How to Prevent Pennsylvania Tomato Blight?

Answer Late-season tomato blight is caused by a fungus known as Phytophthora infestans, which also notoriously caused the potato famine in Ireland in the 1840s. During the summer of 2009, spores of this f... Read More »

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How to Get Rid of Blight on Tomato Plants?

Tomato blight is a fungal infection that destroys the plant's foliage and fruit. The disease appears as brown or white lesions on the leaves, and as brown spots on the tomato fruit. Blight is very ... Read More »

How to stop blight in tomato plants?

There are several fungi that attack tomatoes. Some are soil borne and others are spread through the air.All fungus needs moisture to survive. Staking your plants and pruning suckers lets air circul... Read More »

What Are the Causes of a Tomato Plant Blight & its Remedy?

Tomato blight can wipe out your entire crop before you have a chance to enjoy a single fruit. Once plants are infected there is no cure, but acting quickly prevents the blight from spreading to hea... Read More »

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