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Identifying & Managing Tomato Disease Organically

Aug 08, 2018
 

 If you're growing tomatoes in the Northeast, you're likely growing tomato diseases, as well.

Here is how to identify the four most common tomato diseases here in the Northeast and what to do next.

Blossom-End Rot

Blossom-End Rot is an abysmal disappointment that is both manageable and preventable. Affecting paste and roma types more than other tomatoes, blossom-end rot is mostly an issue with the first set of fruit, quickly disappearing once conditions shift for the better.

Remove fruits affected by blossom-end rot as early as possible (like the fruit on the right), since the next flush will likely not be affected. 

Symptoms: black, leathery lesion at the blossom-end of the fruit, often visible when fruit is still green and quite small, becoming larger as the fruit matures.

Cause: Calcium deficiency. More accurately, it's a water deficiency. Here is how I visualize it: Calcium is a huge ion while others are small, so calcium needs more water to be absorbed...

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Fruition's Spring Giveaway!

Apr 14, 2018
 

Fruition's Spring Giveaway!

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In the meantime, let's talk soil building :)

3 Easy Ways to Boost Your Garden Fertility This Spring

So much depends on the seeds you sow. And when you sow them. And how. 

If you nail these things but plant into poor soil, you still won't be successful. 

Here are three of the best amendments you can add to build soil fertility in your garden:

Organic Compost is magic. It is the work of untold billions of organisms, mostly microscopic, turning proverbial trash into treasure. How to compost well is a whole other subject, but here is the bottom-line: if your compost...

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