BR>> As my tomatos ripen, small yellow spots form on the skin, when the tomato
BR>> cut, there are white spots in the flesh.
BR>> I supose it is too late to do anything about it, but what has happened? Th
BR>> cherry tomatos are fine.
BR>The problem is often caused by heat stress and uneven
BR>moisture while the tomato is getting ripe. As long as the
BR>leaves of the plant look good, I wouldn't worry about it.
BR>If you see the leaves turing yellow (sometimes with black
BR>spots) it is an indication of tomato blight and that is
BR>something to worry about.
I wonder how the blight is spread?
Any recovery possible, or dump those before infecting others?
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