- Jan 17, 2015
Blight stays in the soil for two years so rotate the tomatoes plants next year to a new location
Might wanna get a bag of Cal Mag to add a few times during the year
Have you had a lot of moist air lately? Cold Temps? Maybe overwatering?
I lost a shitload to bottom blossom rot this year early and it cleared up when I started up with the Cal Mag...temps got hot also though so...
Not blight related but this article has some good info
When you pick your tomatoes can make a big difference in both the quality and the size of your harvest. See how to know the right time for harvesting!
Gardening has a learning curve like most other worthwhile pursuits in life.
You can only learn from each experience in a garden...So many variables and so much to now.