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Done with non-hybrid tomatoes, especially grafted ones

mrsbuffer | Sep 2, 201306:52 AM

I had a grafted tomato plant in a container on my patio this year. I also had a hybrid cherry tomato. The cherry tomato produced like gangbusters and is still going strong. I got ONE tomato off the grafted one. All the rest developed blossom end rot. Every. single. tomato. I finally got rid of it yesterday.

I thought the grafted plants were supposed to be resistant to things like that because they were grafted onto a hybrid root ball?

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