End Rot on Tomatoes
Planted big boy tomatoes in pots, lots of tomatoes turned red and then the bottom was discolored. Bought end rot spray but did not help. How do we avoid this for next year? Ohio
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Blossom end rot is usually related to fluctuating soil moisture levels. Some varieties are more susceptible to it than others, so trying different varieties may help. But mulching the soil and paying close attention to even watering are the best solutions to prevent blossom end rot.

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