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Tomato blossom end rot

Tomato blossom end rot

When blossom end rot occurs, it’s usually due to improper watering. Not as common, but just as devastating is a calcium deficiency. Even if you quickly get calcium in the ground, blossom end rot will at least intermittently continue. Non-affected fruit slowly returns to the norm. So, why didn’t the liquid or powdered calcium immediately stop the problem?

The Scratching Post

The Scratching Post

Well, it has been three weeks, and I think the humans are adjusting well to my managerial style. I have finally gotten them to realize who is really in charge, and they are finally starting to at least act like they understand.

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