LOL! I know the feeling, but my "Garden Problem Children" are sweet peppers the past two years. I just don't know what's going on. Used to do just fine with them, but now I'm reduced to purchasing them. Hot peppers do great, though. :shrug:turtlehead said:Pony, it looks like the tomato got bumped or dropped and developed a bruise. A soft round flat area that looks like a bruise.
I have (knock wood) never had blossom end rot so not sure if it looks the same or not.
I've had every OTHER tomato problem imaginable, though!
You are singing my (once upon a time) song, woman!Pony said:It's a pain, I tell ya, when work eats into my homesteading life... We've go to get out of this place...
turtlehead said:You are singing my (once upon a time) song, woman!
It took me over two days to process one bushel into marinara. I'm slow at skinning and coring, I guess, plus it takes foh-EBBUH for the sauce to cook down as thick as we like it.
That said, the canner is coming up to pressure as I type