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In the garden: tomato troubles, yellowjackets, and more

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Continuing hot, dry weather can lead to a range of challenges in the yard and garden. It's perfect weather for tomato troubles, including blossom end rot, early blight and septoria. Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy tells Martha Foley proper watering is the key to ending blossom end rot. She's also got a warning about stinging insects this time of year.

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Martha Foley
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