Question by  patsy (37)

What is the best fungicide for tomato plants?


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Natural fungicides for tomato plants work great. You can purchase them or make them. Cornmeal works well as does water mixed with citrus peelings, vinegar, lemon juice, and Dawn detergent.

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Answer by  Fiao (17)

For good product the most strong and effective fungicide is Serenade, but you can also find helpful Spilgard, MycoStop, Contants ets.


Answer by  Mary90 (78)

The best fungicide to use for tomato plants is one containing chlorothalonil. Ortho Daconil, Fertilome Broad Spectrum Liquid Fungicide, HiYield Daconil, or Rigo Lawn & Garden Fungicide.


Answer by  katherineagmailcom (140)

A company called "Bonide" makes water-based SAFE fungicides for vegetable plants. They have a 3-in-1 for tomatoes called "Tomato & Vegetable 3-in-1" which includes fungicide.


Answer by  butterflyblonde (250)

GreenCure will take care of most fungi that can be found on tomato plants. It is easy to use and safe for the environment. It's also fairly inexpensive considering it covers so many fungus problems.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, the best fungicide can be made right at home using citrus peelings and also vinegar and water. Try this and use it often and you will see great results.


Answer by  sunshine (41)

The best fungicide for tomato plants is using your dirty soapy water from washing dishes. This is what I use and its works the best.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well to be honest the best fungicide you can use for these plants is algae but if you want to know something bacteria and chemicals are not good for tomatoes. It is better to use some natural remedies instead like vinegar or some kind of turmeric based powders. They will work well.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

I have never had trouble with mine I put a touch of sea salt around the ground by the plant every other day and when watered it drenches in and I have gorgeous tomatos and plants and I never have fungus of any kind.


Answer by  roshini (5)

the choice of fungicides available for the home gardener are actually fairly small, so picking the right fungicide is actually fairly simple.


Answer by  Anonymous

none of you folks gonna eat very many tomatoes, that you grow yourself

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