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Old May 26, 2016   #5
Cole_Robbie
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Bacterial Wilt is a specific disease, so yes:
http://www.clemson.edu/public/regula...lt_tomato.html

However, if it's just pythium causing it, you have wilt from bacteria, all lower case. Pythium is everywhere in the environment. Wet, cold conditions can cause pythium to take over and cause a bacterial imbalance. It doesn't really spread like a disease, and plants can grow out of it when the weather improves.
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