How to Recognize and Treat Tomato Blights

Here are some excellent resources:

Recognizing Tomato Blights | UMass Amherst Vegetable Program

Recognizing tomato blights - pdf

Homemade Natural Remedies for the Vegetable Garden | Veggie Gardener

I tried the baking soda spray: 1 TSP per 1 gallon of water.

Here is a modified recipe for Baking Soda Spray

Treats powdery mildew and other fungus

1 gallon of water
3 tablespoons of baking soda
1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid

Mix all the ingredients in a sprayer and apply to leaves of affected. It is best to remove leaves that are seriously infested if possible. Treat every one or two weeks.

From Rusted Garden: "Tomatoes get diseases like leaf spot and blights. Baking soda changes the Ph level on tomato leaves and can help prevent these diseases from establishing on your plants. The video will show you how to make the baking soda spray, how to apply the spray and it will go over some basic guidelines for use. Use it before the diseases appear... And always test spray first!" Related: How to Treat Tomato Leaf Diseases: Pick and Spray - YouTube

Another essential is Soap Spray Insecticide

1 tablespoon of liquid soap
1 gallon of water

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