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How do I recognise tomato blight ?? do the leaves go brown and how can I treat it


prevention is better than cure. It is a fungal attack. Pictures and info in the link.

How do you prevent early blight?
  • Rotate crops. Early blight remains active for a year. Spores can be dormant in the soil for several years.
  • Plant disease-resistant hybrids to strengthen your plant's chances of being blight-free.
  • Plant tomatoes in a raised bed to improve drainage and prevent diseases from spreading.
  • Give tomato plants extra space (more than 24 inches) to let air to move among leaves and keep them dry.
  • Water the soil - not the plants - to prevent splashing. Avoid overhead watering.
  • Mulch with black plastic or landscape fabric to prevent fungus from spreading up onto leaves.
  • Stake tomato plants for better circulation.
  • Remove and destroy affected plants at the end of the season.

Tomato Blight how to identify and treat early blight

Jun 04, 2017 | Garden

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My climbing Rose has buds but very few leaves,what is the problem?


wonder why roses question ended up in
sewing machines ...

look at the soil around the base of the climbing rose for the cause
black spot or any fungus or rot visible
any type if grub or beetle
free of weeds
not too wet

would say the soil need extra boost to get correct chemical balance
rose food, lime, potassium, horse manure ,nitrogen ?

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Jun 08, 2016 | Garden

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What are good outside plants/flowers/herbs to grow in garden?


Parsley, sage, Chive, Rosemary, Thyme, Dill, Coriander and Mint.

All very easy herbs to grow.

Jan 21, 2016 | Garden

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What is the cure for yellow leaf on tomato plants


Usually fungus. You need to plant tomatoes where the sun will dry the overnight dew quickly each day. Don't water at night (water in the morning). Try to water the soil and not the leaves.

Ask your nursery for a fungicide (or if something else is causing yellow leaf in your area). They will know and guide you.

Best set to pull off the dead/yellow leaves to limit cross contamination and spread of the fungus/mold.

Jul 29, 2014 | Scotts Miracle Gro Tomato Plant Food 1.5...

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I need to know how to treat pecan tree fungus, any ideas? I don't see why I have to add more info.


Scab is the most common and damaging pecan disease. It is caused by a fungus that affects rapidly growing leaves, shoots, and nuts. Symptoms on all plant parts are similar. Velvety olive-brown to black spots occur on the husks. Several spots may develop to form black blotches or may blacken the entire surface of the husks. Severely affected nuts of susceptible varieties may drop prematurely or they may stop growing, die and remain attached to the shoot. Leaf symptoms first appear on the underside as tiny olive-brown lesions on the veins. Later, leaf symptoms appear on the upper surface as small olive-brown to black spots. Severely infected leaves may be shed prematurely and weaken the tree, thus reducing the crop next year. The most practical method of scab control is to plant varieties having some degree of resistance to scab such as: Desirable, Cape Fear, Elliott, Chickasaw, Gloria Grande, and to a lesser extent, Stuart. Varieties severely affected by scab are Schley, Mahan, Success, Van Deman, and Mohawk. Use of "resistant" varieties does not necessarily assure complete absence of the disease as no variety is totally resistant. If possible, removing and destroying all leaves and husks may help reduce the amount of scab the following year.
A spray schedule is available for growers who have spray equipment adequate to cover the trees, or for growers who hire custom spray applicators. The following fungicides are registered on pecans: benomyl (Benlate 50WP), propiconazole (Orbit 3.6EC), fenbuconazole (Enable 2F), and thiophanate methyl (Topsin-M 70WSB). Spray applications should be made every 2-3 weeks beginning when leaves first emerge until shell hardening (early August). Spray at 2-week intervals when the tree is growing rapidly or during wet periods. Check fungicide labels for restrictions on grazing in sprayed orchards and the need to use tractors with enclosed cabs while spraying.

Jul 22, 2014 | Garden

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What do beetles eat ?


"Beetles eat all kinds of food. Most are specialists in few kinds, but some, like ground beetles, eat lots of things. Most beetles eat plant parts, either leaves or seeds or fruit or wood. Many are predators on other small animals. Some eat fungus, and there are a bunch of species that eat dung. Sometimes the larvae eat different foods than the adults do."

http://www.biokids.umich.edu/critters/Coleoptera/

Jul 08, 2014 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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How do i treat black spot on morrello cheris?


Cherry leaf spot

This sounds like a particular fungus to cherry trees. Read up on it. Do a web search; "cherry tree fungus ".

Jun 11, 2014 | Garden

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Spots on tomatoes


If the spots are mostly at the bottom of the tomato, more like one blotch, it is from not having enough lime in your soil. It is called bottom rot.Putting lime in the soil is called sweetening the soil with lime.This is what you need to do for bottom rot. If it is in other places and more than one spot, it could be from insects crawling on and defecating on the tomatoes or maybe a type of fungus or mold. Hope you only need garden lime. It will save your tomatoes from bottom rot since it is early in the year.

May 30, 2013 | Garden

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