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Don’t let this ruin your tomatoes

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By Tommy Yankey

Kentucky vegetable growers should be on the lookout for early blight and Septoria leaf spot of tomato.

As the most common diseases of tomato in Kentucky, homeowners or growers not on a preventative spray program always have at least some Septoria leaf spot and early blight pressure.

Both diseases commonly occur in fields under wet, humid conditions. They may also occur in greenhouses or high tunnels, particularly near side walls or when plants are grown in natural soil without plastic mulch. Prevention, early identification, and management will help reduce plant losses.


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