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Why Are My Tomatoes Turning Black?

Your tomatoes could be turning black due to an infection known as blossom end rot, normally caused by insufficient calcium. Irregular watering and a fluctuation in water levels in the soil could lower its calcium content. More »
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Why Are There Black Holes in My Tomatoes?
The tomato fruitworm is among the serious pests of the plant and potentially the most damaging, notes the University of Kentucky Extension. Although the pest has other host plants, such as corn during silking time, tomatoes are still its preferred  www.ehow.com
Why are my tomatoes turning black on the bottoms?
Blossom end rot can be identified by a discoloration, which looks water-soaked, or a black spot on the bottoms of tomatoes. It can also appear on peppers and eggplant. The good news is that it's not a disease, but rather the result of a calcium  containergardening.about.com
Why do leaves of tomato plant turn black?
well bad news usuall this means bacterial spot or bacterial speck. the leaves start to die from the bottom and move up eventually killing the plant. you will get to harvest tomatoes but not as much as healthy non infected plants. this infection is a  wiki.answers.com

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