Our annual end-of-summer contest is here, come on down to the Dave's Garden County Fair!

Not sure what is wrong

Dade City, FL(Zone 9a)

The plants appear fine. Watering is from the bottom up through a continual wicking system. They were minimally affected by a freeze, but not that much.

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Anderson, IN(Zone 6a)

I can't tell if that is Hornworm or Blossom End Rot, Looks like Hornworms to me,, the third photo....

Dade City, FL(Zone 9a)

Had some peppers that were eaten to the stem, and looking at the pepper page it suggested Hornworm as well. Sounds like I better get looking close.

Irving, TX(Zone 8a)

Check out if you have one of those monstaaar

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Virginia Beach, VA(Zone 7b)

Looks like catfacing to me. Sometimes happens early in the season or cooler temps.

Dade City, FL(Zone 9a)

I've looked, and will keep looking, for this ugly guy. However, in the meantime it could be catfacing. We had a freeze a couple of weeks ago. Just about the time that would have been a flower.

Thanks for all the info. judy

Salem, NY(Zone 4b)

Not BER and not hornworms, closer to catfacing if anything, but still not quite typical


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