Have you strolled through the tomato patch this summer, and out of the corner of your eye, you spot that perfectly red, ripe tomato?
You then rushed over to pick it, only to find that it was rotten on the bottom or blossom end. You are not alone!
Lately, I have been receiving calls about this strange disease, as some call it, and what to do about it. Many want to know what to spray to stop it and many just want to know what is causing it, and if they will ever get any tomatoes to eat.
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