There are several on the market, but I find dusts less effective and also more
prone to drift than sprays. Since fungal foliar diseases are more detrimental
to tomatoes in most areas than insects, a good fungicide is a must..One brand
is Copper Dragon which originally contained a copper fungicide and Rotenone.
Recent formulations have replaced the Rotenone with Sevin. If you find a
Daconil., Pyrethin formulation, that would probably be the best.
In our last fun filled episode, 07 Jun 2004 15:32:02 GMT,
email@example.com (FarmerDill) proclaimed:
Piggybacking here because the original never turned up on my news
Try Neem oil, it's good for both insects and fungal diseases.
Several box stores like Walmart and Lowe's are carrying
one by Green Lite or Light, can't remember exactly, under
the name Tomato Disease and Insect Control. Just read the label
to see if Neem is the main ingredient.
"Maybe you'd like to ask the Wizard for a heart."
"ElissaAnn" < firstname.lastname@example.org>
If they are on my tomatoes beans or other veggies they all get
sentenced to death. Not as if there aren't enough butterflies and bees
to go around.
I have established a no fly, no crawl zone in my garden.
"Cook him till he's blue,
and smother him in onions."
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