Time to act:
Jun, Jul, Aug
Tomato blight, a fungal infection called Phytophthora infestans, spreads by wind and water-splash. It also attacks potatoes, and is triggered by warm, wet conditions, making outdoor tomatoes more susceptible than those in a greenhouse. The crop is quickly ruined, and even if it's immediately picked you can't stop the tomatoes rotting.
Ripening tomatoes develop brown sunken spots, which spread to the leaves and stems.
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