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If you have been out and about in your garden you have probably noticed that there are several diseases of plants beginning to rear their ugly heads after our warm, damp weather. I have noticed this weekend that a little blight has started to show up on the bottom leaves of some of my tomato plants. There are several diseases that can attack tomatoes, usually early blight is the leading problem this time of year, along with septoria leaf blight and some of the wilts such as Verticilium and Fusarium. If your tomato plants start to yellow and wilt out of the blue and just up
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