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Old June 3, 2014   #16
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Thank you ginger2778 for the pdf. You are helping here in NYC.
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Old June 4, 2014   #17
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Thank you ginger2778 for the pdf. You are helping here in NYC.
You are welcome. I'm so glad that it is helpful.

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Old June 6, 2014   #18
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Default Here's another excellent one from Iowa State University

From their dept of plant pathology

http://www.vinesgardens.org/wp-conte...-Disorders.pdf

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Old June 6, 2014   #19
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Do appreciate the additional pdf. Learning is FUNdamental.
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Old June 8, 2014   #20
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All of the links you shared are excellent Ginger. I especially like the Iowa info because of the detailed "word" information. It gives me the inspiration to take the best photos I can for reference....should any of my tomatoes become sick.

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Old June 20, 2014   #21
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Here's another excellent link with several diseases and several insects,on many veggies and trees, roses etc. great descriptions and wonderful close up photos.

http://www.wvu.edu/~agexten//ipm/fac..._July_6_09.pdf

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Old June 20, 2014   #22
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Thanks so very much for posting this great info and photos with descriptions!!!
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Old June 23, 2014   #23
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Thank you for offering it. One thing we home have going for us, is we grow on a tiny scale compared to commercial operations. The one thing we cant control is the weather so even growing on a small scale can get ugly if the weather throws you some curves.
Where I live in Oregon I only get one shot at outdoor home grown tomatoes, so if I start losing plants I am out of luck. Which is why I hang out here..........to get the best info from around the world.
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Old July 6, 2014   #24
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KarenO posted this wonderful youtube video in a different thread,about how to tell the differences in diseases that mimic each other. Best 5 minutes I have spent in a while.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aA4PuEKaQpY
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Old July 11, 2014   #25
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Excellent video! Thanks for the link. Happy to know I am not alone in having trouble figuring out the difference in all these diseases.

Had close to 2 inches of rain again last night ...... time to go spray again.
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Old July 11, 2014   #26
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What? Only 2"?
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Old February 25, 2015   #27
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The Tomato Chooser app has really good pictures, and it will help you choose resistant verities.
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Old June 30, 2016   #28
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all your info Ginger and co. helped me very much.....thank you very much!
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Thanks for posting Ginger. I think I have all of these diseases this year.
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Thank you, Marsha.
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