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Most people under an organic program never complain about root knot nematodes. If you have not been using organic fertilizer and/or molasses on the soil, you should start. I'm saying this because it seems many people think compost is all you need to be organic. For individual plants, scatter a heaping handful of fertilizer (corn, soy, coffee grounds, alfalfa, etc.) under the canopy of the plant every month. Spray every surface of the tops of the plants every other week with liquid seaweed or milk (any kind) at a rate of 2 ounces per gallon of water.
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