Tomato disease in Australia

by David
(Perth, Australia)




Nearly all my tomato plants are showing signs of disease and I was at a loss as to why. Last year was the first year that I grew tomatoes in Perth Australia and all the crop was just great so this year I have planted around 29 plants. Not all of them have leave disease but I've lost and replaced about 5 to date. I was thinking it may be due to the cooler weather we have been getting. I have started spraying the plants with a fungicide spray in the hope that this will stop the rot.


Can anyone offer me some advice please.

Ps My plants were infested with caterpillars so I sprayed the plants to rid them.

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SICK TOMATOES
by: ROY

COMPOST AND ROCK DUST...BUILD YOUR SOIL..LIKE NATURE DOES, DO NOT KILL MICROBES...DO A STUDY ON ROCK DUST, BIOCHAR TO START WITH...ROY (EMAIL:butchfomby@yahoo.com) A HEALTHY SOIL PRODUCES HEALTHY VEGETABLES WHICH FIGHT OFF DISEASES AND PEST...ROCK DUST MILK SPRAYING OF PLANTS ALSO HELPS...1 CUP DUST TO GAL WATER (CHLORINE FREE WATER)


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