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 Post subject: soil-born bacterial wilt
PostPosted: Sun Aug 24, 2003 10:36 am 
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Good Morning, All,
We moved to the Corpus Christi area in April... were late putting in our spring garden. When the corn matured, I found some ear worms and some borers. But, the worst malady was a bacterial wilt. What it did to the ears of corn was dreadful to behold. :shock: I've read that this wilt over-winters in Johnson grass (which loves sprouting up among my garden plants!). How can I treat my soil to prevent this bacterial wilt problem in my fall garden?
Thanks ever so much for your advice.


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Try adding Actinovatte to the soil and spray crops and soil with aerated compost tea with hydrogen peroxide added. Use grocery store peroxide at 8 oz per gallon of spray.


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