An outreach tool for Jeanine Davis in the Department of Horticultural Science at North Carolina State University to share information from her agricultural research and extension programs on organic farming, medicinal herbs, hops, truffles, and other alternative crops.
Tomato Late Blight Confirmed in Western North Carolina
It doesn't look this bad yet, but we all know what late blight can do to our tomato plants. Unfortunately, I just received an email from our NCSU vegetable plant pathologist, Dr. Lina Quesada-Ocampo that the presence of tomato late blight in western North Carolina has been confirmed. Late blight is one of those diseases that you need to prevent because you can't cure it once it has started. So, here is her information on it: Extension Plant Pathology Tomato Late Blight Recommendations