BER, I think I figured it out

naturalstuff(Z6 / CT)August 10, 2005

I didn't understand why I had BER only on the potted ones. Although I had some good yeilds from it, to many had BER. Then I noticed a new Italian Plum plant which I planted late (end of June) started producing fruit just last week.

I noticed there is BER on them too.

I came to the conclusion that it is the soil contributing to it. I used Miracle Grow Potting mix which might have been to strong for the 4 week old plant.

Any thoughts?

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suze9(z8b Bastrop Co., TX)

I commented on this where you had also posted it on the main tomato board.

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