Monday, July 14, 2014

Shots from 7-14-14

Tomatoes are on nearly every vegetable gardener's list to grow. Yet, diseases are common when the tomato begins fruiting. Below is an example of a plant that seemed "fine" only one week ago.
 In this case, trimming off the yellowed leaves was our plan of attack. See NC State's handy Plant Disease Fact Sheets to find the disease that affects your plant. Or see this PDF by Dr. Gary Vallad  OR Disorders of Tomato Leaves (7-14-14)

Even this fruiting Sun Gold Cherry Tomato
 may have issues. (7-14-14)

Here the okra forest continues to emerge. (7-14-14)

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