I know this is lawn care forum, but I thought you guys might be able to help. We have late blight pretty rampant around here, so far I have been lucky but a buddy of mine not so much. I found the info below. Does anybody know where I can get any of these for the garden. Thanks Bryan Management In Organic Crops Apply fungicides preventatively, using a five-day schedule when conditions are favorable. Copper is effective for protecting a crop, but copper has been found to be ineffective when used as the sole practice for controlling late blight once it has started to develop. Other OMRI-listed fungicides labeled for late blight include Sporatec, Sonata, Serenade Max, and Companion. It is important to scout regularly and promptly destroy affected plants when found to reduce the amount of inoculum in a field. It is recommended that plants with symptoms be physically pulled up plus a few border plants, preferably on a bright sunny day when possible, then tarp the plants; spores will be killed by sunlight and also heat under the tarp. Scout daily thereafter for a few days to see if more plants develop symptoms. Clean after working in infested fields to avoid moving spores on equipment and workers. As soon as harvest is complete or the field is abandoned disk down field. The specific directions on fungicide labels must be adhered to. They supersede these recommendations (above), if there is a conflict. Check state registration and organic approval before using a product. Any reference to commercial products, trade or brand names is for information only; no endorsement is intended. Some of this information on management was provided by Dr. Steve Johnson, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, and Dr. Tom Zitter, Cornell University.