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What caused this??

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

These are from my "Early Girl". I've never seen this before. Does anyone know what caused this?? I also posted on Tomato forum.

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Jacksonville, FL(Zone 8b)

Did you have a lot of rain? or are they in full sun?

Fleming Island, FL(Zone 9a)

Interesting for sure.

Plant_thang may have an answer. They are big into veg gardening.

Jacksonville, FL(Zone 9a)

Looks a lot like blossom end rot.

DeLand, FL(Zone 9b)

It looks like they were sitting on the ground on bare dirt?

Gainesville, FL(Zone 9a)

Blossom end rot. Its caused by lack of calcium. Its a real bummer, I can attest to that.

Winter Springs, FL(Zone 9b)

What a shame. :-(

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

At the tomato forum bloom end rot was a the best diagnostic, lack of calcium. Then some say, sun scale. DavidofDeland, tomatoes are not on the ground. Thank you all for the advise. Dorothy

Winter Springs, FL(Zone 9b)

Dorothy in case you come back this is a great article with photos, and sunscald looks to be the problem: http://www.weekendgardener.net/vegetable-gardening-tips/growing-tomatoes-070707.htm

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