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  • Organic Rusty

    Garlic Rust
    Our garlic crop this year is experiencing a nasty case of Garlic Rust. This fungus infection comes from spores found in the planting material (e.g., soil). I was wondering if anyone else has noticed this infection recently. It affects mainly the allium family (garlic, onions, leeks, etc.). I looked around the garden and found one other patch of garlic growing which also had a rust infection. I also noticed that that plot, as well as mine, top-dressed with the recent shipment of compost. For those who have been gardening in this garden longer, has there been issues with garlic rust in the past? I don’t think it’s the seed I used as I used the same seed in another garden without issue. We are copping by removing all infected leaves – essentially a severe garlic plant haircut – and hoping that will take care of the problem. If not, then we need to pull the garlic so the infection does not spread. Interestingly, one treatment that we might try before pulling is to dowse the soil with powdered milk/water solution. It not only treats the infection, but also fertilizes the plants. Any other suggestions?