Blossom End Rot :If you see the tomato fruit developing a dark spot at the lower end and a spot that gradually widens and deepens, you’re looking at blossom-end rot. It is a problem most often caused by uneven watering or by calcium deficiency and can be related as well, uneven watering can interfere with the uptake of calcium. The simplest treatment is therefore pre-treatment: make sure soil is rich in all necessary nutrients , and water regularly. Using a combination of Coco Pete and Vermicompost like Purna Mitti also help maintain even moisture levels.
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