- Dec 2, 2022
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- Southwestern B.C.
That is what happens here, when late blight hits. Fortunately for us we have seen less and less tomato blight as our summers have become hotter and drier.it's not the plant i'm trying to rescue but the last few fruits that are still green and look ok, but once the spotting season starts it seems to end up being on all fruits no matter what. they look healthy and green but then they spot like all the rest once they start turning.
the spots are not white, they're brown and then turn black. if they are small we can cut them away, but usually they are rapid developing and the fruit spoils.