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Dill Interviewed on Late Blight Precautions

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Jim Dill, a University of Maine Cooperative Extension pest management specialist, was interviewed by Channel 2 (WLBZ) about how gardeners can protect tomatoes and potatoes from late blight, a fungus that can kill fruits and vegetable plants. Dill said pesticides are available as a first line of defense, but once blight occurs, affected leaves must be clipped and removed from the garden.


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