tomato blight

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Noun1.tomato blight - a disease of tomato plants
blight - any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting
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To avoid tomato blight, practise good hygiene such as crop rotation, ie, not growing them in the same soil each year.
He says tomato blight, a fungal disease causes stems to dry, while bacterial wilt mostly affects uncertified seeds and blossom end rot affects roots.White flies are common pests affecting tomatoes but they are controllable by use of fungicides.
As for vegetables, you should be returning home to bumper crops, although tomato blight tends to appear in warm, wet weather and if your plants succumb, there's not a lot you can do apart from consign them to the bonfire.
Tomato blight is so last season, darling 6 Can I use the old compost from my tomatoes again for next year's crop?
Genetic variation among Phytophthora infestans (Tomato blight) isolates from western Turkey revealed by inter simple sequence repeat(ISSR) and random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers.Pak.
Now I'm hoping that last year's tomato blight won't repeat.
Another common problem among these plants is tomato blight, when the unripe fruits develop gingery-brown areas of discoloration.
During rainy seasons, anthracnose, bacterial speck, damping off, powdery mildew, early and late tomato blight are common.
It's been nigh on impossible to grow tasty tomatoes outdoors in the UK - the wet summers of recent years have seen tomato blight decimating any attempts Bangor University has been working with not-for-profit organisation, the Sarvari Research Trust, and experiencedtomato breeder, Simon Crawford and his company, Burpee Europe to develop the new hardy variety under a Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships (KESS) Programme.