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Molds & Mildew on Tomato Plants

Tomato Powdery Mildew

powdery mildew

Powdery mildew is a common fungal disease affecting many plants, but especially tomato plants.

This type of mildew is caused by many types of fungi that do not require high humidity to get established, and prosper under mild conditions. These qualities make them more prevalent than many other plant diseases. However, this can easily be prevented with an ingredient that has been around for hundreds of years.

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Tomato Leaf Mold

tomato leaf mold

Tomato leaf mold is a common fungus that attacks tomatoes grown in humid places. The mold attaches itself to the leaf and feeds off of the humidity to grow and thrive.

It is vital to take care of the situation immediately so that the foliage isn’t dramatically infected. Infected leaves will decrease the amount of tomatoes yielded.

Luckily, this fungus is pretty simple to treat and cure.

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