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Rings on Underside of Tomatoes

I have a container garden of tomatoes and all summer long the tomatoes have had this ring around the bottom. We did have an insect problem, but Sevin took care of that. I have to cut off a good 1/4 of the tomatoes when I use them as this is hard and “pithy”. I do have a picture I could send if it will help. Thanks for your help.


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#1 Comment By Nikki On 09/04/2012 @ 8:34 am

These are called concentric rings on tomatoes and are normally the result of environmental changes that are water related. They are similar to tomato cracking. Here is more information: [1]


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