More on Septoria (blight), and avoiding it next year

“… If you are an organic gardener, you can use a sulfur spray once a week — but for future reference, those crumbled leaves that fell off into the garden soil can be the startup for septoria next year.To not be dragged into a panic attack next year: Begin spraying when the tomatoes are about the size of small marbles or just start preventatively spraying at the beginning of July. …”

copper sulfate spray (Concern copper soap fungicide) would be what to look for – thanks Skippy!

via Gretchen Voyle: Steps will ensure the T arrives to the BLT | | Livingston Daily.

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