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aarikvee
Jun 4, 2018 11:55 AM CST
Hello, I'm from Southern Ontario in Canada and I'm having problems with the lower branches on my tomato plants that have been, as of a week ago, transplanted into a newly built raised bed garden. The garden is a foot deep and is filled with triple mix I purchased recently at my local garden supply store. I applied the recommended amount of CIL 6-12-12 tomato fertilizer to the soil and mixed it in and in the last two days I had some browning and yellowing of the bottom branches on a few of my tomatoes. I have peppers in the same bed that are doing well and show no signs of this affliction. I have removed the problem branches and removed the few early flowers on each before transplanting them outside. I'm worried about early blight but am not sure as i have brought in new soil and hoped that wouldn't be a problem I encountered. I'm hoping for any insight anyone can provide as to what is going wrong and if i can do anything to reverse it or if i should start over with new plants.
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