Is there a natural treatment for early blight??

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by JanaKaye, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. JanaKaye

    JanaKaye Active Member

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    My tomato plants have early blight. This is my first garden so I am clueless. Everything I can find about blight says to treat it with a fungicide. Is there any natural alternative to using fungicides? I have 80 tomato plants and yesterday 2 began showing signs of blight. Today its 3.... help!
     
  2. skruzich

    skruzich Well-Known Member

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    Well you sound like what happens here. Everyone gets blight down here in georgia, unless you just happen to miss it. Not sure about what is natural that would work except there is a product called serenade that is a biofungicide and is organic.
    You can find it at gardensalive.com
     

  3. busy homestead

    busy homestead Well-Known Member

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    Is this what mine have then too??? the blight? is it some hole and
    turning yellow???

    Christina
     
  4. skruzich

    skruzich Well-Known Member

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    I have been looking around and the only organic solution i have found is liquid copper fungicide. Its organic and treats blight as well as leaf spot and a few other things.