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Managing tomato late blight

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Late blight is caused by moulds that survive in the soil and in residues of crops that had the disease. As the disease spreads very fast, inspect your field every day. If you see sick plants, cut of the sick parts of the plant and burn the affected parts. Never put sick plant parts on your compost as the mould will continue to grow and spread to your field.

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