Blight/Insects...Salvagable?

enmnmAugust 30, 2012

I have two toms growing in an earthbox. The Celebrity is indestructable, but the Sweet 100 cherry next to it has begun to yellow its leaves and wither away. The yellow leaves have brown spots on them. Is this a form of blight that is only affecting this one plant, or long-term damage from some fruit worms, or something else? Given that we are into September, is the plant worth salvaging?

Thanks.

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jean001a(Portland OR 7b)

I suspect that, by now, your plant has either recovered or not. If not, discard the plant, then start planning for next year.

Sorry no one paid attention to you earlier.

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