Aug 112010

This is a tomato from my one, and only tomato plant.  I’m still looking for help from anyone who knows about sick tomatoes, and possibly what to do about it.  Any suggestions???

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  10 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday”


    I was gonna say that tomato looks good, but then I saw the other two pictures! 😀


    Ouch. I never tried to grow toms so I can’t help-sorry!


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    I’m sorry, I have a brown thumb and tried to raise tomatoes, mine would be sick too!


    HHuummm, I think you have a case of blossom end rot. if I remember right it comes from to much rain? maybe you better google it, its been a a long time since I grew ‘maters, tho I love them!
    happy WW! Faythe @GrammyMousetails


    I’m sorry about your tomato.

    I hope you find help. 🙂


    I think I had the same problem with mine one year. I’m trying to remember what I figured it was, but I think GrammyMouseTails may be right. There is no one smoking near your plant is there? I know tomatoes are very sensitive to cigarette smoke and even the residue or nicotine that is on fingers of smokers if not washed before touching.


    At least you can grow a tomato! I can’t grow ANYthing =)


    What is that? Could it be your soil? My suggestion lol buy them from the market.


    Hey! We had the same problem last year and our grape consultant said it is from either too much rain, or inconsistent watering – letting them get really dry and then soaking them.
    I know how disappointing it is but monitor your water and subsequent ones do not have the black end.

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