Blossom end rot is a physiological disorder in plants that can be identified when the lower ends of squash turn brown and fail to develop properly. This disease also commonly affec...
The Prevention of Blossom-end Rot
Blossom-end rot is a common problem in the production of tomatoes and peppers. It is a physiological problem, not a disease. The rot begins as a brown, leathery spot that appears on the blossom end of the fruit. The area grows larger and eventually turns...
Blossom end rot is a troublesome disease, familiar to most gardeners who have
grown tomatoes. The disease is often prevalent in commercial as well as home ...
If you see a black, sunken hole on the blossom end of your tomatoes, you've got
blossom end rot. This common problem indicates a calcium deficiency and can ...
I have had blossom end rot
in some of my Earthboxes, which have very consistent supplies of water and just the right amount of fertilizer and dolomite, which should provide all the calcium the plants need. The only thing I can figure out is that in an Earthbox it is th... More »
Blossom-end rot is a serious disorder of tomato, pepper, and eggplant. Growers
often are distressed to notice that a dry sunken decay has devel.
Jan 1, 2013 ... Image by: dthrooop Blossom-end rot is a disorder of tomato, squash, pepper, and
all other fruiting vegetables. You notice that a dry sunken ...
A water-soaked spot at the blossom end of tomato fruits is the classic symptom of
blossom-end rot. This relatively common garden problem is not a disease, but ...
Home & Garden Information Center. The tomato is easily the most popular plant
grown in many home vegetable gardens. Blossom end rot is a common problem
ANR-1059. ALABAMA A&M AND AUBURN UNIVERSITIES. Tomato growers
must take care to avoid blossom-end rot (BER), a disorder that can dramatically ...