Tomato Plants

Tomato Blight

SafetyGeek added on September 3, 2017 | Answered

It appears that our tomatoes all have blight. Can you eat the tomatoes or must the plant and tomato be destroyed?

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Answered on September 4, 2017

Make sure you don't have another common issue first... Blossom end rot... It is a magnesium/calcium deficiency. Dolomitic lime (agri-pel is what I use) will take care of the issue if it is that... Blight to a tomato will mean reconditioning your soil, and ridding it of the issue. wettable sulfur will help there. otherwise, I need more information on exactly what is going on. Either direct any further questions here, or to my email at Thank You!

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