Removing the stuck blossom on developing tomatoes
I know this sounds like a ridiculous question, but in order to avoid or reduce cat facing, those blossoms that stick to the developing tomatoes, sometimes in weird places on the fruit, should those be removed or left alone?
I was just checking my plants, finally getting some decent fruit going, and I can see that some are going to have cat-facing. I also see the blossoms stuck and wondered about it. When I looked up cat facing it mentions that it happens when the blossom sticks because of cooler temps during development. Although we had a couple of cool nights, I guess it must have had some effect. So do I leave well enough alone?
Thanks, always something to learn!