Blossom-End Rot (Tomatoes)

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Blossom-End

Rot (Tomatoes)

Description: : Ugly sunken brown patches on the bottom of

tomatoes, melons, peppers and cucumbers. A disorder

caused by a deficiency of calcium in the soil. Most

commonly occurs after rapid growth followed by a prolonged

dry spell, or extended periods of heavy rain that cause

calcium to leach from the soil.

Solution: Use Rot-StopTM Spray

spray on foliage and fruit during periods of rapid growth

or after excessive rainfall. Apply every 5-7 days while

these conditions persist.

 


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