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Old July 24, 2017   #8
Join Date: Jul 2013
Location: SE PA
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I was planning to do a late crop of tomatoes this year, when space opened up. It worked somewhat last year, the first time I tried it. Last week I was about ready to transplant and noticed the plants I had ready to go already had early blight on their leaves. Their pots were nowhere near the ground, had lots of air circulation, were well isolated from other tomatoes, and they still picked it up. I didn't even bother planting them.

It really lit off quick this year, at least around here.
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