why am i getting blossom end rot?

One response to “why am i getting blossom end rot?”

  1. Plant Moderator says:

    One of the most common ailments of tomatoes: blossom end rot. Your plant looks healthy enough, but ew, these black leathery spots! This is a calcium deficiency in the soil. First, remove any fruit with back spots. Unfortunately, there’s no saving them. Now we need to add calcium. Crushed egg shells are natural source. You can also add lime or gypsum to the soil. Watering plenty to help it absorb into the soil. Learn more about this issue on the Tomato

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