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#1: Fusarium resistant tomatoes

Posted on 2006-07-02 13:35:53 by Andrew Gabb

I've previously grown mainly grosse lisse, Roma, and varieties of
cherry tomatoes, with good crops at least early. Despite rotation, I
now seem to have a problem with fusarium wilt, which means the
plants die off quickly.

I saw an article somewhere on tomatoes that are resistant to
fusarium wilt. Any suggestion on such types which are also good tasting?

Andrew
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Andrew Gabb
email: <a href="mailto:agabb&#64;tpgi.com.au" target="_blank">agabb&#64;tpgi.com.au</a> Adelaide, South Australia
phone: +61 8 8342-1021
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#2: Re: Fusarium resistant tomatoes

Posted on 2006-07-05 13:08:17 by PatC

Hi

I have had the same problem the last 2 years.
Well until 2 years ago I DID grow really flavourful toms, but the last 2
years nothing but disaster, &amp; really can't eat those shop bought ones, even
the so called 'vine grown' taste awful:
Even though I used new soil, new plants, they all died of some type of
disease. The stalks went brown &amp; the gradually the whole plants died off. I
believe it is some type of virus, but I did do all the recommended thing
like using fresh soil, not using the old stakes &amp; even using brand new
garden tools that had never seen my garden before!
Oh well I have promised myself that I will try once more again this year.
BTW I live in Sydney


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&gt; I've previously grown mainly grosse lisse, Roma, and varieties of
&gt; cherry tomatoes, with good crops at least early. Despite rotation, I
&gt; now seem to have a problem with fusarium wilt, which means the
&gt; plants die off quickly.
&gt;
&gt; I saw an article somewhere on tomatoes that are resistant to
&gt; fusarium wilt. Any suggestion on such types which are also good tasting?
&gt;
&gt; Andrew
&gt; --
&gt; Andrew Gabb
&gt; email: <a href="mailto:agabb&#64;tpgi.com.au" target="_blank">agabb&#64;tpgi.com.au</a> Adelaide, South Australia
&gt; phone: +61 8 8342-1021
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#3: Re: Fusarium resistant tomatoes

Posted on 2006-07-17 17:56:53 by Yau

How about a good lime sulphar spray?

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