|• Some of the tomatoes have yellow bottom leaves but no other sign of blight so they need a little fertilizer. I don’t want to overdo it and knock the fruit off, which can happen. A soil drench of WWV Tea will set them right. Since the weather has been wet, I’m using it full strength – one cup for one plant.
• Two heirloom tomato plants tried to develop early blight – lower leaves with yellow with brown spots. By plucking those leaves off and spraying the plants with WWV Tea, I’m holding it off.
• A potbound shrub (my fault, not the nursery’s) still hasn’t taken off so I gave it a cup of WWV Tea last weekend. I’m keeping my eye on it and will repeat next week if no new growth pops up.