Unfortunately, my husband smokes cigars. Being an avid gardener and health concious, last year i decided i would grow a few tobacco plants , free of pesticides and chemicals so that he might try and make his own cigars.
Problem: My tobacco plants became infected with a leaf blight, i think the same blight that was on my tomatoes next to them. I have used Liquid copper successfully so i sprayed the plants and killed the disease.
After reading extensively , im afraid to let him smoke the tobacco. Im afraid the copper is in the leaf material. I don't want to poison my husband, can anyone offer words of advice? Is copper safe?
Can anyone recommend a product that will kill the blight without harming my wonderful husband??