My tomato plants have blight. If they live until harvest, are the tomatoes safe to eat?
Hardiness Zone: 5a
By Cathy P. from MI
No, do not eat tomatoes that have a bacteria on them. You can pick up a infection called pseudomonas. It can be picked up by anywhere in the outside garden veggies and plants and stagnant water.
Just getting over this mess, almost a month on anti-bodies, thought I was going to croak! Go on line and look up this "pseudomonas" good luck.
How do you know they have blight? Are the tomatoes turning brown? I have eaten several off my plant but don't know if they have blight or not. Has not bothered me yet.
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