Growers Worry Blight Could Wipe Out Tomato Crops Some tomato plants being sold have a devastating disease called late blight. The blight is turning up on farms and in gardens from Ohio to Maine. Wet weather in parts of the region is creating ideal conditions for blight to gain a foothold.

Growers Worry Blight Could Wipe Out Tomato Crops

Growers Worry Blight Could Wipe Out Tomato Crops

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Some tomato plants being sold have a devastating disease called late blight. The blight is turning up on farms and in gardens from Ohio to Maine. Wet weather in parts of the region is creating ideal conditions for blight to gain a foothold.

Susan Sharon reports for Maine Public Radio.