The most destructive of all tomato problems. Small brown spots appear on bottom leaves first. Leaves gradually turn yellow and die as the disease works its way up the plant. Premature death of vine significantly reduces tomato production.
If Septoria leaf spot has been a problem in the past, apply a copper soap when setting out plants, then reapply every 7-10 days. Apply more frequently if disease is increasing rapidly. Reapply after rain. We recommend Soap-Shield Flowable Liquid Copper Fungicide. Weed Barrier Mats (Heavy or Medium weight) also help by keeping fungi in the soil from splashing onto leaves during rains. Try a foliar spray of BioBoost™ All-Natural Foliar Fertilizer from the time plants are set out to improve plant growth. If possible, use drip irrigation to avoid wetting leaves.
Heavy Weight Weed Barrier Mat
Our durable, easy-to-use Weed Barrier Mat keeps down weeds so you have more time to enjoy your garden! It blocks all annual weeds (except for a few stubborn perennial weeds) better than any other permeable mulch. It cuts down on time-consuming...
Bio-Boost™ All-Natural Foliar Fertilizer
Use this innovative all-natural Foliar Fertilizer with your regular fertilization regimen to work wonders in your garden! It helps your plants grow bigger, stronger and with a greater yield with vitamins, enzymes and other powerful yet gentle...
Soap-Shield® Flowable Liquid Copper Fungicide
Our Soap-Shield Fungicide uses fixed copper, one of the oldest fungicides and bactericides around that's safe for controlling broad-spectrum plant disease. By mixing a soluble copper fertilizer with a naturally occurring fatty acid, a "true...