You have blooms? Do you plant in same spot year after year? I sprayed Daconil to no avail when I thought i had a problem years ago and they were just vining out on the ground my little xperiment. Ortho stuff not much good since it looks like milk. Try some fertilizer with a higher phosphate, middle #. Pull off the bottom dying branches and throw them far away from garden. I moved my garden after 2nd yr because it happend again, but I have that luxury. Hate chemicals anymore also. Let us know
Hi All Sooo is this some kind of blight?if not what is IT??
Rotating is a good thing, I will be tilling soon, I usually get about 15 bags of cow manure and a couple bags of peat and a light sprinkle of triple 13 and till it all in. I do a spring garden and a fall garden every year and have great results
I had this problem last year in my tomatoes too.
started after the plants were pretty big and had produced lots of fruit
not really sure what to do, but I am going to rotate my arrangement of plants, put the tomatoes on the far end from where they have been the last few years
getting ready to be time to till the whole thing up, wonder if I should search out any specific fertilizers to start tilling in?
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