Late Blight — Irish Potato Famine Fungus — Attacks U.S. Northeast Gardens And Farms Hard

Late blight — a destructive infectious disease that caused the Irish potato famine in the 1840s — is killing tomato and potato plants in gardens and on commercial farms in the eastern United States. In addition, basil downy mildew is affecting plants in the Northeast.

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