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Old July 4, 2019   #1
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I'm sure somebody here will know.
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I can't tell if it's septoria leaf spot or bacterial speck.
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One or the other spray with the bleach spray, works great.
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What strength?
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What strength?

Cant remember.
I look up the link here.

Here it is
I put tags on it (bleach spray)

http://tomatoville.com/showthread.php?t=28509
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I looked at my spray bottle.
I put about two to three ounces of cheap HEB Hill Country Fare bleach in a 32 ounce spray bottle.
Right above where the curve stops on the bottom of the bottle.
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Septoria. Take off every leaf that has any spots on it and get them away from the plants. Then spray with Daconil or Copper Sulfate.



Bleach spray will work too. If there is any disease on a leaf (even if you can't see signs of it), the infected part will die from the bleach spray. Probably a good thing.


If you have a plant with toms you want to ripen but all the leaves are spotted, what I've done in the past is to leave on the green leaves but remove the yellow. Green leaves can still photosynthesize and do the plant some good. Realize you're leaving diseased leaves in your garden if you do this, but you can at least get the toms to blush this way.
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Thanks for all the good advice everybody.
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