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Tomato Leaf Diseases - Curing Tomato Leaf Blight

Wed, 29 Jul 2009 15:23:00 +0000

There are various tomato leaf blights and curing them is not easy. A couple of examples are as follows:

Symptoms: Older leaves develop dark spots with concentric rings. The remainder of the leaf turns yellow and leaves will probably die off before their time, leaving the fruits exposed to the full heat of the sun. This tomato disease is known as Early Blight and recurrence can be prevented by copper and/or sulfur sprays

Symptoms: Strangely shaped grey spots will appear on the leaves which will turn papery in texture and later a circle of white mould may surround the spots. Black areas appear on stems and the fruit may develop similar spots to the leaves. This is Late Blight which can also affect potatoes and is extremely infectious.

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Tomato Leaf Diseases - Grey Leaf Spot

Wed, 29 Jul 2009 15:19:00 +0000

Symptoms: Older leaves develop small dark spots on top and underside of leaves. The spots get larger and turn a grey-brown colour, after which the middle of the spots split and fall out. The rest of the leaf turns yellow and leaves will dry out and drop off. Production of fruit will be reduced. This is Grey Leaf Spot and its effects cannot be reversed.

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Tomato Disease Identification

Wed, 29 Jul 2009 14:51:00 +0000

Are you having trouble with your tomato plants. Have the leaves got odd blotches and curls?

Well if you grow tomatoes organically and look after them properly, then that could be a thing of the past.

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