I should start calling this the Gluten-free Garden Blog.
I'm continuing to be amazed at what my garden is producing this year. Last year I waited until the end of September to get any tomatoes - then some pests ate my first ones! This year I got my garden in much earlier, and voila! Tomatoes galore in mid-July. Here is what I harvested today: four lemon cucumbers and all these tomatoes of different varieties. There were Sun Golds, Sweet 100's, some romas (they are coming out very small) and a bloody Butcher (also small).
There's also lots of basil and other herbs that are doing well.
One of my tomato plants is suffering from blossom-end rot. It's an Opalka tomato plant.
I'm planning on putting some lime down to combat it, but it's weird; the blossom-end rot is only happening on 1/2 of this one plant. All my other tomatoes are fine! Not that I'm complaining.
How have you handled blossom-end rot or other tomato ailments?