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Q.Should I Get Rid Of My Tomato Plant, Which Has Caught A Fungus

Zone Trinidad & Tobago | Jon-Paul added on September 28, 2020 | Answered

About a 2 weeks ago, one of my 2 tomato plants seemed to have caught a fungus, which has been spreading further up the plant ever since. Last week, I sprayed it with a fungicide solution (mixed with water), and the fungus is still spreading. It’s gotten really bad, as shown in the pictures. Should I cut it down? I really at least want the other tomato plant (next to it) to live/not get infected.

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Answered on September 29, 2020

That will be the safest option, yes. I would still treat the soil after removal. This will help rid the area of the disease.

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