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Old July 29, 2018   #18
SharonRossy
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Thanks Carolyn for the link. I’ve been lucky this year with BER because I managed to not overfertilize and to try to keep watering on a regular schedule, as much as humanly possible, given the crazy heat we’ve had. Interesting point - one tomato looked like BER was starting - a couple of small dark spots, but never spread. I decided to leave the tomato on the plant - ISRL - and it continued to grow and the spots did not increase. It’s on my counter hopefully ripening - I had to bring it in because the stem it was on split. So how it fares will be interesting.
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