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First, check that you areFirst, check that you are absolutely sure you had some form of blight? There are several diseases which are often known as blight, but they don't usually affect the whole garden indiscriminately. The most common is late blight of potatoes and tomatoes (Phytophthora infestans), but there is also early blight of potato and tomato (not quite as serious as late blight), fire blight which affects some fruits, chestnut blight, and more. If you suffered from potato and tomato blight uou might find the following article useful: http://www.growveg.com/growblogpost.aspx?id=309 If every plant in your garden was affected in some way, I would first look at your soil and make sure that there isn't a major nutrient deficiency - did they advise you of this when you had your soil tested? If so, you will need to amend your soil accordingly. I would also make sure that the soil in your garden isn't too compacted, waterlogged or dry, as most plants will find it very hard to thrive in these conditions. It's very hard to advise on these things without seeing the garden in question and knowing its history and maintenance regime, but I hope that helps!

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