Septoria leaf spot? Are my beds doomed?

greandogSeptember 7, 2013

I think I have identified my tomato plants with septoria leaf spot. Plants look pretty bad by now, lots of dead stuff hanging (I was away and then negilgent:( but each time I go out to pull them there are lots more healthy red tomatoes. Should I be pulling them out or keep as long as I am getting fruits? I have sungolds, juliettes, geronimo and black cherry tomatoes. I have 4 raised beds and no way to rotate somewhere else next year. Will I need to replace all the soil? Thanks for any suggestions.

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jean001a(Portland OR 7b)

No, youdon't need to replace the soil.

See this info
http://www.ct.gov/caes/lib/caes/documents/publications/fact_sheets/plant_pathology_and_ecology/septoria_leaf_spot_of_tomato_06-30-08r.pdf

Here is a link that might be useful: septoria info from Connecticut

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