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Post  Judy McConnell 6/26/2017, 12:17 pm

Can't find the original topic where I listed proposed changes in my garden for this year, so will repeat some things.
The things that I had hoped to change:
1) using new "soil" - disease free
2) controlling disease in tomatoes
3) mulch EVERYthing

Can't remember the rest but:
All new MM in tomato containers with mulch (leaf chips) added - no sign of tomato diseases in those containers - plants growing well and lots of green tomatoes forming.

Tomato bottom leaves showing discoloration so cut them off - hoping this helps.

The determinate tomatoes had to go in "old soil" so I am being particularly careful of these plants - neem oil on the ready - just in case some fungus shows up

Any other thoughts that might help??
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Post  yolos 6/26/2017, 1:12 pm

Judy McConnell wrote:Can't find the original topic where I listed proposed changes in my garden for this year, so will repeat some things.
The things that I had hoped to change:
1) using new "soil" - disease free
2) controlling disease in tomatoes
3) mulch EVERYthing

Can't remember the rest but:
All new MM in tomato containers with mulch (leaf chips) added - no sign of tomato diseases in those containers - plants growing well and lots of green tomatoes forming.

Tomato bottom leaves showing discoloration so cut them off - hoping this helps.

The determinate tomatoes had to go in "old soil" so I am being particularly careful of these plants - neem oil on the ready - just in case some fungus shows up

Any other thoughts that might help??
Could this be the thread you were looking for:
https://squarefoot.forumotion.com/t21643-fighting-tomato-diseases-this-year#267785
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Post  Judy McConnell 6/26/2017, 1:48 pm

Thanks, Yolos - that is the one!
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