Late blight v.s Early blight

chillilover(Zone 6b)July 31, 2009

Do the names early and late mean that if your plants get blight early in the year its early blight and the type near the end of the season is late blight? Or are they just two names for different diseases?

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jean001(z8aPortland, OR)

No. nothing to do with when they get the disease. They are two different diseases.

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