Our tomato plants look healthy. Why are the bottoms of some of the tomatoes grey and mushy?
- 7 months ago
End blossom rot. Can be caused by a lack of calcium in the soil or improper watering that inhibits the plants ability to absorb the calcium that is in the soil. Keep them evenly moist and it may solve the problem
- Pete LLv 67 months ago
Too much water.
- Mr.357Lv 77 months ago
B.S. TOO MUCH NITROGEN. It is easy to cause if you use too much manure or other supposedly organic or in-organic source of nitrogen.
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- Anonymous7 months ago
Sounds like a lack of calcium.
I always crush up egg shells around the plant