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Blossom End Rot

Posted by olemike on 06/28/2010

I seem to have some blossom end rot on my yellow squash.  This picture shows one that looks pretty good and one that does not.  I am assuming this is a “Blossom End Rot” condition.  I know this problem can exist with tomatoes but I didn’t know it also occurred on squash.  Please let me know if anyone knows what else could be causing this condition.
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One Response to “Blossom End Rot”

  1. Phyllis said

    I've had blossom end rot on tomatoes and the nurseryman said to add epsom salts to dirt when planting. Another person told me lack of calcium in the soil.

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