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I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that my tomatoes have been afflicted with blossom end rot.

This is probably the 3rd or so season I have dealt with it.

Usually, the first fruits have it and then subsequent fruits don't have it.

 

I'm just wondering the following things:

1.  What causes it?

2.  How do you treat it?

 

If this topic has been delved into before, just point me in the right direction, otherwise it can't hurt to have a good discussion on it here at Homegrown! :)

Thanks all!

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Interesting. That means the seeds are not viable either. Thanks for this info.

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