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tomatoes

Posted by BeaGreene 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 18, 13 at 20:07

My tomatoes blooms are falling off as they set.


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RE: tomatoes

It called blossom drop. Google for more info but basically it means your plants are stressed. It happens to me in the heat of the summer but I believe cooler weather does it too.


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RE: tomatoes

Thanks, I have since found out what's going on with my tomato plants. The recent rains have caused Blossom In Rot in washing away the calcium. I hope the spray I purchased helps.


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RE: tomatoes

Thanks, I have since found out what's going on with my tomato plants. The recent rains have caused Blossom In Rot in washing away the calcium. I hope the spray I purchased helps.


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RE: tomatoes

i do not think it is blossom end rot. Blossom end rot usually appears on developing tomatoes and looks like the brown/rotting area on the bottom.


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