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How to get rid of tomato blossom end rot for a healthy harvest

Nothing beats the taste of fresh, homegrown tomatoes. Not only are they far more organic than store-bought produce, but you can literally go from plant to plate when rustling up delicious meals. If you’ve managed to grow tomatoes from seeds or tomatoes in pots, it’s vital to know how to get rid of tomato blossom end rot for a healthy harvest. 

So what is blossom end rot? Essentially, blossom end rot is a brown or black leathery spot that forms at the bottom of a tomato. While it looks like a classic sign of disease, this is actually caused by a lack of calcium brought on by dry conditions in the soil. In addition, inconsistent watering also contributes to blossom end rot. 

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