2008-07-10 / News


In most cases, blossom-end rot on tomatoes, peppers, squash and watermelons can be prevented, say experts with the University of Georgia Extension Service. Maintaining uniform soil moisture by mulching and watering correctly. Plant in well-drained soil and don't cultivate deeper than 1 inch within 1 foot of the plant. And avoid using high-nitrogen fertilizers.

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