Prue tomato

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Posted by Radishrain Radishrain
I was growing Prue, this year. It was leaning over for a long time, and eventually I could tell it had Pythium. So, I pulled it up on the day I took this picture (27 May 2020). Most of the bottom of the plant under the ground had rotted, but it was growing a small new root when I pulled it up. Those are wonderberry volunteers volunteers all around it in the picture.

I transplanted a Marzano Fire tomato seedling in its stead, yesterday.

Prue tomato plant that probably has Pythium, with wonderberry volunteers around it.

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