Fertilizer 'Rot-Stop Tomato Blossom End Rot'

  • Do you have tomatoes develop with brown, leathery ends on the bottom of the fruit?
  • That's tomato blossom-end rot, due to a lack of calcium.
  • Often appears after a period of rapid growth followed by dry conditions, or
  • in periods of heavy rain that caused calcium to leach from the soil.
  • Easy-to-apply liquid spray calcium supplement

Height:

- Inches

Spread:

- Inches