What is an early blight of tomato, how to identify it, and how to prevent and control this common tomato disease? Read on the get answers and keep your tomato healthy.
If you’ve noticed dark brown, sunken patches at the end of your tomato, aubergine, cucumber or pepper, you are probably dealing with blossom end rot. Fortunately, this relatively common garden problem is preventable. Read on to get your info on blossom end rot causes, symptoms, prevention and control.
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Bromeliads are the plants of the Bromeliaceae family that consists of nearly 3500 known species, but when we talk about Bromeliad care, we mainly think of the ornamental varieties that make wonderful showy houseplants or outdoor plants in warm, frost-free regions. Take a look at this useful guide on taking care of bromeliads.
If you’ve noticed some unusual spots on the lower leaves of your garden plants, such as tomatoes, you’re probably dealing with Septoria Leaf Spot! Read on to learn how to treat and control this common garden disease.
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Have you noticed a sticky substance on the leaves of your plants? It might be Whiteflies, which appear similar to a cloud of white, moth-like pests and cluster of white eggs. When you disturb whiteflies on your plants, they will fly and resemble a miniature snowstorm. The pests are very destructive for your garden and encourage mold and viral attacks. The article will describe the life cycle of white flies and methods to control them.
Every farmer wants a healthy crop at the time of harvest, but, what if you grew tomatoes and during harvest you find black or brown bottomed tomatoes infected with blossom end rot? In this article, we’ll provide a complete guide about blossom end rot and the methods to prevent and fix the disease.