From what I've read and have been told by some people, this is BER.
When I got home, almost all of my small tomatoes on the brandywine plant are affected... I watered with plain water and then with some nitrogen fertilizer in my can ... wont water again until Sunday, I guess
Heres what I wrote in the other thread. :
Thank you so much for the info! I posted some pics on my facebook and my mom told me she thinks its GER.
This is only my 2nd time gardening -- I live in a loft in Atlanta, 6th floor, and have a large patio. I have buckets set up (was originally gonna fashion my own topsyturvy) but decided on just setting the home depot buckets down, fillin with soil, and take a run at planting. Last year was alright -- I grew mostly peppers, but didnt put drain holes in buckets, so things didnt grow that well.
This year I did, and I started my plants from seeds and transplanted in and they have grown very nicely (I think so at least! )
Could you tell me if this is GER? If so, I will start doin some research on how to get them the calcium and such.
The growing conditions are heavy sun during the day and I've been watering in the AM before I go to work (I have a two gallon water pot that I use between two tomato plants, a small money tree, a jalapeno plant, two things of broccoli and a few things of chives, but most goes to tomatoes). I've been watering again in the late afternoon (6 or 7pm) cuz they look wilted and the soil was all dried out. Should I cut this back to once every few days?
Here are some pics. These are all off my Brandywine tomato plant.