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Cures for tomato issues

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The tomato is one of the most popular vegetables grown in the home garden. They require little space when staked and tied, and are capable of producing five or more pounds of usable fruit per plant. The tomato fruit is relatively low in calories and is a good source of vitamins C and A.

There are many pest problems associated with growing tomatoes which perhaps, has caused many of the calls to the Extension office in recent days. For instance, Buckeye rot, Blossom-end Rot, Early Blight, Leaf Spot, Fusarium Wilt, Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus, Bacterial Canker along with others have all been a challenge to the home gardener.

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