Tomato Plants

Blossom End Rot on Tomatoes

LyndaG added on August 25, 2017 | Answered

What causes blossom end rot on tomatoes.

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David Wynne
Answered on August 26, 2017

Two things - in theory!
1. Uneven watering, allowing plants to dry out and then trying to recompense.
2. Watering from the top and wetting the fruits that have already formed. Try to water at the base, and to help polination spray the open flowers with a fine mist.
If your blossom end rot is not too bad, you can always try slicing the tomato horizontally and therefore cutting off the rot.

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