Even if you've never heard of blossom end rot, you've probably seen it on your tomatoes. It's one of the most common tomato growing problems out there. It's also one of the most annoying, because the rotting doesn't show up until the tomato starts to ripen and by then, it's too late to do much about it. Unfortunately our recent weather pattern of deluge to drought is the perfect combination for it to occur. The emails asking about it are already starting to pour in.
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