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    Prevention is key to disease control in tomatoes

    Rain showers and high humidity make it easy for bacteria to attack tomato plants, which can be devastating to an unprotected crop. More prevalent in wet seasons, bacterial spot can cause severe damage to the plants, including leaf and fruit spots, which result in reduced yields, defoliation and sun scalded fruit. Prevention is the key to disease control. Once the disease has started in a field, control is very difficult, especially during wet weather. Here…

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