Late Blight - Cornell University

Late blight on tomato plant

Ask the Growline

If you live in Tompkins County NY, trained Master Gardener Volunteers can answer your questions on flowers, fruits, herbs, houseplants, lawns, plant health & nutrition, plant identification, pruning, soils, trees & shrubs, vegetables, wildlife and more!

The best way to reach Growline volunteers is by email: Please describe the problem in full detail, include multiple photos of your problem to help us with diagnosis (an overall shot of the area where the problem plant is planted, a medium-range shot, and a close-up or two), and your phone number and email so we can call you to clarify your question or forward information as needed.

You can also call CCETC at (607) 272-2292 x161 and ask for the Growline. If the call goes to voicemail, make sure to say your name, spell your email address, and leave a telephone number so that a Growline volunteer will be able to contact you to clarify your question or to get more information if necessary.

Growline volunteers may not be able to solve your problem immediately, but you can be sure they will search for an authoritative answer and get back to you soon.

If you live outside Tompkins County, New York, call your local Cooperative Extension office found in the county seat of your own county.


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Last updated December 7, 2023