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Re: Leaf spot

Talk on list of organic alternatives - try these:

for soft rot: dust infected rhizomes with flowers of sulphur. I've done this
- it works.
or: use bordeaux mixture in a similar fashion.

for soft rot and leaf spot: use a copper fungicide, eg "Fungex" (copper
ammonium carbonate) as a drench.

The above are approved by the UK Soil Association (the body that monitors
organic growing to see that it really is organic)

Graham - who does use chemicals, but carefully and sparingly.

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