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Solve blossom end rot with Enz Rot

So your tomato plants look healthy, but, when it comes time to harvest the fruit, you find yourself surprised by tomatoes that looks like this:

Blossom End Rot Tomatoes

 

What happened?!

Blossom end rot can ruin tomato fruit; it can also occur in peppers and eggplants. Insufficient calcium within the fruit leads to a weakening of the tissue as the fruit grows. Eventually, lesions such as the one above occur and spread.

The calcium deficiency can be caused by drought stress, insufficient nutrients in soil, or overwatering. However, it’s easy to treat this problem with our Enz Rot Blossom End Rot Spray. This spray won’t “heal” tomatoes or peppers with rot, but it will protect future tomatoes!  Try it and enjoy healthy fruit.

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