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How to combat early blight?

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I'm in Southeast Coastal Georgia and the last 3 years early blight has ruined my tomatoes. This year I'm planting them in a new bed prepared with commercial soil, compost and some rabbit manure. I bought a product called Copper Funcicide that advertises it is used for blight. Is this the best product, and, if so, when is the best time to apply it? Is there a better product? While I wholeheartedly believe in the healthy soil makes healthy plants, I'm not against using a product that will help beat this situation. I should also mention our climate which, while not exactly tropical, is very humid and our summers have been getting hotter every year. I would be very grateful for any advice from folks who have successfully grown tomatoes. Thanks.

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