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Blossom end rot symptoms begin as a small, water soaked light brown spot at the blossom end of the fruit. These symptom typically appear during period of inadequate or excess soil moisture.
Blossom end rot symptoms begin as a small, water soaked light brown spot at the blossom end of the fruit. These symptom typically appear during period of inadequate or excess soil moisture.
As the fruit grows the spot will also enlarge and may eventually cover up to half of the fruit. Saprophytic fungi and bacteria may attack the damaged tissue causing tissue discoloration and rotting.
As the fruit grows the spot will also enlarge and may eventually cover up to half of the fruit. Saprophytic fungi and bacteria may attack the damaged tissue causing tissue discoloration and rotting.

BLOSSOM END ROT

Cause: Calcium deficiency/lack of translocation

Pepper diseases