Tomato Blight - Knowledgebase Question

N.Canton, OH
Question by fbrookin
July 15, 1998
I have been plagued with the tomato blight for years Done all the things they say to do, and I still have blight problems. I have been buying more plants and getting as much magnesium as possible to them. My question: When volunteer tomato plants come up from the wastes of the blighted tomatos that are buried in the compost pile, Why do they not have blight? I use and like the old ox heart and German beefsteak brands Is there a lesson here I should take notice and learn from?


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Answer from NGA
July 15, 1998

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resistant tomatoes, Burpee offers several highly resistant varieties. You can reach Burpee at 1-800-888-1447. Try 'Better Boy', 'Celebrity', 'Burpee's Supersteak Hybrid', or 'Sweet Tangerine'. resistant tomatoes, Burpee offers several highly resistant varieties. You can reach Burpee at 1-800-888-1447. Try 'Better Boy', 'Celebrity', 'Burpee's Supersteak Hybrid', or 'Sweet Tangerine'.

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