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Rose problem to tomatoes?

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bill-inpnw 7
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Wed, Jun 14, 06 at 9:35

I put some tomatoes in containers out close to my wife's rose plant. It has, I think, black spot. Is there any chance of that transfering to my maters? They have been next to each other for almost a month and so far so good. My maters are looking good and setting fruit.

Bill


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RE: Rose problem to tomatoes?

Black spot of roses is caused by a fungus that does not infect tomatoes. Your tomatoes may get a fungal disease, but they won't get it from the black spot on the roses.


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RE: Rose problem to tomatoes?

  • Posted by
    bill-inpnw 7
    (gw:bill-inpnw) on
    Wed, Jun 14, 06 at 11:30

Outstanding, thanks for the info.

Bill


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