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FourOaks June 1, 2018 08:13 AM

Is this Early Blight? Thead Deleted. Thanks!!!
 
I just want to say thank you.


What could have turned into a productive conversation and discussion, along with great photos of the progression, was deleted. All because it was Hi-Jacked by a Moderator. The comments could have been deleted, but instead, the entire thread was.


If those are the types of Politics in play here, then just as well, feel free to delete my account.

carolyn137 June 1, 2018 10:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FourOaks (Post 702468)
I just want to say thank you.


What could have turned into a productive conversation and discussion, along with great photos of the progression, was deleted. All because it was Hi-Jacked by a Moderator. The comments could have been deleted, but instead, the entire thread was.


If those are the types of Politics in play here, then just as well, feel free to delete my account.

I just looked in the Forum for Garden Diseases and Pests , but don't see a thread that was deleted it would indicate in the thread to everyone if a post or whatever was deleted..

Would you please post in your current thread where I can find what you are referring to?

Thanks,

Carolyn

Rajun Gardener June 1, 2018 11:22 AM

This was it.

http://www.tomatoville.com/showthrea...214#post702214

Worth1 June 1, 2018 11:29 AM

I clicked on that link and it said I didn't have permission to look at it.

carolyn137 June 1, 2018 11:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Worth1 (Post 702495)
I clicked on that link and it said I didn't have permission to look at it.

Same here Worth. No permission to read it and when a post or thread is deleted and as a Global Mod I can read what it was.

And I'm still waiting for Four Oaks to give me the link I was asking for,but nothing yet.

Carolyn

Rajun Gardener June 1, 2018 11:37 AM

That's the link, I got that from my history because I was following it some to see what the final thoughts were. I get the same thing when I clicked on it but that was the topic.

GrowingCoastal June 1, 2018 11:41 AM

A mystery

Worth1 June 1, 2018 11:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rajun Gardener (Post 702498)
That's the link, I got that from my history because I was following it some to see what the final thoughts were. I get the same thing when I clicked on it but that was the topic.

I remember the topic and I do know I have every year early blight.
I dont have to go to an expert some place in a lab to know this.
Normally I can just cut away the effect part and the plants outgrow it.
Plants that dont I wont grow again.
If it isn't early blight I dont care because I believe what I want to believe and it makes me happy.:))

mobiledynamics June 1, 2018 11:51 AM

Was that the thread with the Mary-Ju-Wanna tidbits. Maybe it was not a human mod but a auto-mod that moderated it ?

Anyhow, any of the MODS should have the ability on the backend to shed some light, if they choose.

Worth1 June 1, 2018 11:56 AM

No auto mod moderated anything on Mary Jay Wanny.
It has been discussed here many times on and off.:)

Worth

seaeagle June 1, 2018 12:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Worth1 (Post 702500)
I remember the topic and I do know I have every year early blight.
I dont have to go to an expert some place in a lab to know this.
Normally I can just cut away the effect part and the plants outgrow it.
Plants that dont I wont grow again.
If it isn't early blight I dont care because I believe what I want to believe and it makes me happy.:))


Thank You. Yes the plants will outgrow it. They have for thousands of years without chemical intervention.



I put out tomato plants when the soil temp was 65 degrees and then we had a week long cloudy rainy spell and the plants caught something. Early blight or Septoria, doesn't matter. They outgrew it and are thriving now.


As usual I have to add that this may not work everywhere.:)

FourOaks June 1, 2018 12:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by carolyn137 (Post 702487)
I just looked in the Forum for Garden Diseases and Pests , but don't see a thread that was deleted it would indicate in the thread to everyone if a post or whatever was deleted..

Would you please post in your current thread where I can find what you are referring to?

Thanks,

Carolyn

http://www.tomatoville.com/showthrea...376#post702376

Carolyn, this is the same topic from yesterday that you chimed in on. Which lead to you unloading on Marsha.

Do you not recall?

carolyn137 June 1, 2018 01:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FourOaks (Post 702511)
http://www.tomatoville.com/showthrea...376#post702376

Carolyn, this is the same topic from yesterday that you chimed in on. Which lead to you unloading on Marsha.

Do you not recall?

Again when I click on your link it says I have no permissions.

Yes, I got back to Marsha very strongly and posted why I did so. Did you read that and understand that if someone has something very negative to say about another person,you don't do it publicly,you PM the person privately.

And you may not have seen this but she got back to me in that same thread and apologized and said she had deleted her post. And of course that update from her was also sent to me at home as is true for anyone who posts in any given thread.

I did not delete the thread.Period. There is no auto-delete other than certain words some might use,which are not acceptable and the software does that automatically and is programmed to recognize those words ,thankfully.Period.

But I'm pretty sure I know how it did get deleted, and for that I am very thankful.

I'm also noting that when anyone registers here they have to accept what's called TOS( terms of service),which is part of the registration process. Most registering actually read it as part of the registration process,some others don't and pay the consequences when they do not adhere to TOS..

If anyone wants to see what they agreed to, there is a backup to TOS re registration if you go to the very bottom of the page and click on TOS which anyone can do, registered or not.

Carolyn

Worth1 June 1, 2018 01:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by seaeagle (Post 702508)
Thank You. Yes the plants will outgrow it. They have for thousands of years without chemical intervention.



I put out tomato plants when the soil temp was 65 degrees and then we had a week long cloudy rainy spell and the plants caught something. Early blight or Septoria, doesn't matter. They outgrew it and are thriving now.


As usual I have to add that this may not work everywhere.:)

It is out of my love for all things critter from spiders and lizards to even snakes.
My driveway is a miniature Jurassic park and I have to slow down in my truck to let the lizards get out of the way.
They have a cave they live in under it.
They even come out to drink when I water.:lol:
Been there for years.
Worth

Sherry_AK June 1, 2018 02:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by carolyn137 (Post 702519)
I'm also noting that when anyone registers here they have to accept what's called TOS( terms of service),which is part of the registration process. Most registering actually read it as part of the registration process,some others don't and pay the consequences when they do not adhere to TOS..

Long ago I believe the TOS included language that TOS could be changed with notice to members. That wording was deleted (without notice to members as far as I know) some time ago. I do pop in a read TOS from time to time and notice changes. So, without actually reading TOS each time a person signs in to T'ville, one would not necessarily know the rules. That is one of the reasons I seldom post here any more. Also, disappearing threads disturb me. Just my opinion.

Sherry


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