maggots in tomato plants after adding bone meal
I read the other posts on this problem. How do I get rid of the maggots and flies that are laying the eggs? (These are the house fly type, not fungus gnats.) I planted the tomato plants in pots on my deck, and the plants were already producing tomatoes when I realized that they were suffering from blossom-end rot. That's why I added bone meal. How can I get rid of them? Right now, out of desperation, I'm using Insecticidal Soap, but without much luck. Are my tomato plants a total loss? Do I have to get rid of them?
Any and ALL help would be greatly appreciated.