Re: Black Rot on Tomatoes

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Posted by et on July 17, 2002 at 12:32:23:

In Reply to: Black Rot on Tomatoes posted by Betty on July 16, 2002 at 09:04:36:

: Is there anything I can do to prevent future tomatoes from getting the black spot (BlackRot) on the bottom of my tomatoes? Thanks for any info

I had the same problem last year and found out that gypsum was the answer. The soil needs calcium I was told, plus the gypsum is good for tough soil. Add some to the soil around your plants and that should help-you can get it at the nursery. Follow the directions on the bag for the area you have. Good luck!

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