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  1. Christine

    The good news about blossom end rot is that it tends to occur earlier in the season and doesn’t affect the whole crop… Oftentimes my first few tomatoes have it and then it just kind of fades away and ceases to be a problem.

  2. I love your garden posts! I have been very, very slowly building a garden for myself, but 1. I know next to nothing about gardening other than plants need water and soil, and 2. it’s kind of expensive to get everything started. However, reading your posts makes me feel so much better, like maybe I can have a successful garden too! 🙂 Of course, we’re moving to Alaska next year, so… that’ll make gardening an interesting challenge! Haha!

    • gracefulfitness

      Thanks Alicia! Alaska will be interesting for gardening, I know in the north you can grow some crazy big veggies because despite the short season there is SO much daylight (30# cabbages! 🙂 ).
      Enjoy your garden!

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