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  • #58035

    Hayley
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    Does anyone have an organic solution to pre-treat blight before it develops please?
    I’ve just had an email blight alert in Kent. :excruciating:

    #58040

    VegVamp
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    Hi lovely H, Making your own Bordeaux mixture, with Copper Sulphate is the only thing I know of, don’t think there is anything that truly “treats” blight but the Bordeaux mixture helps to keep it at bay for quite a while. Tony also mentioned a new spray for blight this morning, that is supposed to be organic, hang on……..

    “There’s a product called Blight Guard on the market that’s claimed to be 100% natural ingredients but it’s not cheap and have not read any results yet from users.” Might be worth investigating.

    #58042

    Hayley
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    Thank you so much fo referencing that from Tony sweet pea :good: :rose:

    I’ve also just ordered this from Amazon…made from worm casts??
    May be worth trying…

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/NATURES-GIFT-TOMATO-BLIGHT-VERMICOMPOST/dp/B01331XMRA/ref=sr_1_1?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1527801768&sr=8-1&keywords=organic+fungicide+blight

    #58194

    Hayley
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    Nature’s Gift, worm cast concentrate has just arrived so we’ll see how we get on with it. Might be a bit of a challenge not spraying the flowers :dunno: and it’s recommended you use only rainwater as the chlorine in tap water kills the active microbes.

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