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Tomato Gardening Disease
I have fusarium wilt and verticillium wilt that overwinter in my garden. My garden is not big enough to do a true crop rotation. I also usually grow a few tomato plants in bags on my patio. Last year I had one plant in a grow bag that got diseased and died. I have never had that happen in a grow bag before. I’m assuming that that disease has stayed in the bag. I usually submerge them in bleach water in the spring before I plant. Will this kill the disease that is likely still in the bag from last year? If so, how long should I keep the bags submerged in the bleach water. Thank you.
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