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Old July 18, 2017   #27
SueCT
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Its official. Or at least as official as it is likely to ever get. Early Blight. That is the diagnosis of the Bacterial and Fungal disease specialist at the Cooperative Extension. I also brought him a leaf with little black eggs on it. He put it under a micsroscope and confirmed that they were eggs but did not know type of eggs. (He is not the insect specialist, who I think is the one they said is on vacation this week.) If anyone can identify them, please feel free. In the meantime, I will try an internet search.

[IMG]IMG_1771 by Susan Albetski, on Flickr[/IMG]
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