Daconil for tomato leaf diseases...Arguments?
Ok...I've read a bunch of past threads about the use of Daconil on tomato plants. Last year I really struggled with leaf diseases... powdery mildew and verticillium wilt...maybe even some early blight. I used Serenade according to instructions on the label, but never completely got clear of my problems. I've avoided going the Daconil route, because I really want to stay organic...or at least as close to organic as possible...and Daconil just seems...well...kinda toxic!! But my plants are starting to show some early signs of leaf issues, similar to last year, and I thought I'd get some new opinions on the use of Daconil, since I know people are using it for tomatoes. I don't love the idea, but I don't want to have the same issues as last year either. Can you give me your best arguments and experiences both for and against the use of Daconil.