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Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

Posted by chuck Z10,SW FL (n6xf@yahoo.com) on
Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 10:03

Hi fellow growers. Anyone have a home made solution to this problem? Thanks, chuck


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

Here is another close up. I have several more of these same tomato plants that do not have this problem.


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

Powdery Mildew (Oidium)


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

Hi G, thanks for the info. Happy birthday next month, my birthday is on May 19.

I'll do some research on a cure unless you have a nice home-brew formula.


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

I've used the fungicide "Daconil" very successfully which contains chlorothalonil. It's not a "home brew" though.
Happy B_day.


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

I have a Southern Ag product I purchased last year, but haven't used it yet. It is LIQUID COPPER FUNGICIDE (27%). Any idea if this product is going to be useful treating my problem?


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

copper sulfate ( Camelot ) or copper hydroxide ( Kocide ) will work. READ THE LABELS . Not sure about the Southern Ag copper. Maybe someone else that has used it will chime in.


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RE: Florida tomato with grey mold like patches on leaves

copper sulfate ( Camelot ) or copper hydroxide ( Kocide ) will work. READ THE LABELS . Not sure about the Southern Ag copper. Maybe someone else that has used it will chime in.


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