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Old September 1, 2017   #1
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ok i'm putting up some pictures for the experts to identify, for me looking at the sites about diseases, gets me confused, (black spot with grey center, no grey spots, blury pics. etc.) so maybe someone can identify these which will help me and others, ( maybe it's all the same thing)---thanks ---tom
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Old September 1, 2017   #2
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i did have 2 giant sized nasturtium plants , one on each side of the RGGS, (i had problems with white flies last year and read where this plant keeps them away!) lol should of read the whole article! it also attracts aphids!!!! lol i was so over run with aphids this year could'nt control them, plus the vegetation was pretty thick, not enough air getting thru plants, (i know now why i wasn't going to grow so many in the system this year! but the verieties all looked so good, so i was able to get tomatoes off all 14 plants so now i can drop it down to 7 plants i really liked, don't anyone seed me and more different types of seeds seeds! even if i beg!!!lol thanks ----tom

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All but the first and last look like septoria.
First looks like it was rubbing on something.
Last might be dead from septoria or anything, including late blight, although that usually crashes the whole garden at once.
No cure for fungal disease in the home garden.
Preventative spray does a pretty good job of preventing major damage.
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Last doesn't look black enough or complete enough for late blight to me....
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Duh early blight and septoria I don't bother differentiating too much because prevention is the same. Sorry for screwball posts.
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