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tomato woes

I've tried antifungals, crop rotatation, resistant varieties, wishing and
praying, but once again  I have wilt on 2 of my tomato plants (I always
forget if it is fusarium or verticilium).  Either way, I ripped out one
plant 2 weeks ago, today I ripped out my Sweet 100.  It, of course is loaded
with green tomatos (I picked all of the ripe and almost ripe ones and
brought inside).  Bought killed me to yank it.  Is there anything that gets
rid of this problem???  I'm seriously considering removing the soil and
replacing it- except I wouldn't have a clue how much to remove or if this
would be a backache in vain!  Of course, this is the BEST spot in the garden
to grow tomatos (south wall, raised bed).  Rats!!

Sac, CA

P.S.  Thanks to David, Jesse, Kitty and Jim for chiming in on the "politics"
snit.  Was too tired to bother, but happy someone did.

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