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Article: Fungi As Your Garden Partners - Enlisting the T-22 to Terminate Root Pathogens: Suggestions for Fungus?

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Marlene4
Silver Spring, MD
(Zone 7a)

July 26, 2010
5:23 PM

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Hello,
I've been searching for remedies for problems with my squash; tomatoes. The squash starts then the fruit becomes soft and yucky. (Yucky is a technical term:) I've seen what I think is blight on one of my tomatoes; here everything looks fine but the fruit produced was soft and smelled not great.
I thought I'd read some place about using hydrogen peroxide, but can't locate the information again.
I don't want to use any chemicals that might be harmful to the environment.
Thanks Very Much!
Marlene

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