I have early blight on my tomato plants. I have treated the leaves with a copper fungicide and have cut off the infected leaves. The blight has affected all 6 tomato plants (big boys, romas). I have tried to add better soil around the plant and have added in a table spoon for each plant of E.B. Stone Organic tomato and vegetable food (4.0 nitrate, 5.0 phosphate, 3.0 potash, 9.0 calcium, 1.0 sulfur). I also cut off the lower branches of tomato plants but this was done recently. We have had a lot of rain and the soil has splashed on the tomato plants. I noticed that the blossoms are drying up and falling off. I have about 40+ tomatoes on the plants. I would like to save as many as possible. I think the problem is in the soil. All the plants in the garden look less healthy than my garden last year. I got a ton of garden soil from a rock soil distributor. At first the soil looked good but after a few hard rainfalls I didn't like the way the soil looked. It seemed dry though there was compost in it. I plan on adding our own compost when it is ready. Any suggestions as far as how to get healthier soil for next year? Thanks
Early Blight on tomato plants. How can I save what I have?