Thursday, August 13, 2009

How to Handle Tomato Blight

In its basic definition, blight is a fungal infection on plants, most notably tomato plants. Although there are many theories to what causes blight, the most popular are poor soil conditions that lack proper nutrients, or too much rain fall followed by humidity to create a breeding ground for fungus.

If not caught and dealth with early blight can literally wipe out your crops.

Here is how you can deal with blight early, and stop it in its tracks.

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