Rot Stop Concentrate, Fertilizers

Tomato Helpers

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Rot Stop Concentrate, Fertilizers

Tomato Helpers

Stop Rot is great for preventing and stoppingĀ bottom rot on tomatoes, melons, cucumbers and peppers. Helps correct calcium deficiencies. Tomato blossom-end rot is a disorder caused by calcium deficiency. The disorder can be aggravated by the application of too much nitrogen fertilizer to tomato plants. Blossom-end rot appears as a round, brown sunken area on the end of the tomato fruit opposite the stem. As a fruit ripens the area turns dry and leathery. The disorder 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. Foliar fertilization is intended as a supplement to a regular fertilization program and may not, by itself, provide all the nutrients normally required by crops or other intended plants. 16 ounce bottle of concentrate will make 8 gallons.
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Weight

1

Depth

6

Height

6

Width

2

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