Tomato Rot?

I have notice that one of my tomatoes has developed rot at the bottom of
this tomato.
The tomato plant is a Aunt Ruby's German Green. The outdoor temperature has
been in the high 90's. No others are showing this problem.
Is this just a bad tomato or should I be worried about this problem?
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Reply to
Moe Jones
"Blossom End Rot" is a very common disease. It is caused by dry spells and lack of calcium. Try using a sprinkler hose and putting crushed egg shells around each plant.
Reply to
Stubby
You could put some powered milk around the plant for quick fix but a little lime will take care of it for the rest of the summer. If you water, water the soil, not the leaves.
From Mel & Donnie in Bluebird Valley

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