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Blossom-end rot

What to do when the fruits have blossom-end rot?

When fruits such as tomatoes, eggplants, and pumpkins develop black bottoms, it is usually a physiological disorder caused by a lack of calcium. Calcium is an essential element in the plant’s growth process.

The problem of fruits turning black at the bottom occurs when there is an excess of potassium fertilizer in the soil, excessive use of nitrogen fertilizer, inadequate or excessive water supply, and other factors. 

How to prevent?:

1. Trim and discard affected fruits to prevent the spread and impact on other fruits.

2. It is recommended to provide sufficient calcium fertilizer during the plant’s growth period.

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