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Old January 17, 2017   #1
LauraYSG
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Does anyone have a photo of blossom end rot that I could use for my blog? It's crazy, but I just can't find one! The article talks about truths and myths of ber and that modern research indicates calcium supplementation doesn't help.

If you'd be willing to share your photo with me, it will go up on the site and may also be used for Pinterest/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram for promoting the post. I'm happy to add photo credits in whatever way you prefer.

The blog is youshouldgrow.com if you want to see what I do.

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Old January 19, 2017   #2
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A google search for "blossom end rot" brings up quite a few that you might be able to refer to. I don't think that I have any of my own, as I don't yet have a habit of documenting my garden failures.
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Old January 20, 2017   #3
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I normally could help in gardening season. I don't remember taking any pictures of BER though.
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My 2016 issues. That is it upper right.
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Old January 20, 2017   #5
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Thank you so much everyone! We didn't have much problem with it last year, but we grew mostly cherries. Other years, we've lost almost every mater on the plant. Never thought to take a picture of it, I guess.
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