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The fruit on my tomato plants are developing blotches that are grey in color and look like localised areas of rotting. I have previously applied tomato dust to the foliage and fruit of the plants. Is too much tomato dust a possible cause as the areas see

Submitted: 08:31PM, 10 Feb 2010
Answer: Hi Sean, when used as directed tomato dust wouldnt cause this spotting, but what may be happening is the dust simply sticking to the lesions affected by a fungal or possibly bacterial rot. Not sure where you are but it could be related to hot wet weather. Would really need to see the fruit and any leaf symptoms to diagnose properly.
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Answered: 12:06PM, 16 Feb 2010

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