Wednesday, July 21, 2010


I just received this note from our local NH Extension Educator. I thought all of my readers might just like to know about it. Keep your eyes open for symptoms. Check the website that is provided below for more information.
Two new cases of late blight were discovered this week. One in Waldoboro, ME and the other in Hadley, MA. So knock on wood, none in NH yet, but this does mean we need to be on the lookout. If you see any suspicious symptoms on your potatoes or tomatoes you can bring a sample to my office (please put it in a ziplock bag) or send me a digital photo. Samples can also be sent to our lab in Durham.

For the latest information including photos, please visit this website.

Heather Bryant
Extension Educator, Agricultural Resources
UNH Cooperative Extension
3855 Dartmouth College Highway (DCH), Box 5
No. Haverhill, NH 03774-4909
Tel. 603-787-6944
Fax. 603-787-2009


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