If it is on the bottoms, it may be blossom end rot. Causes of that
include lack of calcium or uneven watering, or so I have been told. The
only time I've had it was when I had not been watering properly which
leads me to believe it to be true. I put a handful of lime in each
planting hole and mix it in well when the plants go in the garden so
calcium is not an issue.
Hope that helps.
Thanks. It isnt on the bottoms, but all over the tomato. They are under the
skin and look bad, but dont effect the taste at all. I know what blossom
end rot looks like and that isnt what this is.
I tried to attach a file that shows pictures of every conceivabl
tomato problem but it wouldn't take it. I don't know the URL of th
site that I found it on but I know that I had "Googled" for "end rot
or "blossom end rot". The picture that looks most like what you'r
describing was of tobacco mosaic infection
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