An online search showed similar photos that was called blossom rot. The site said it was caused by calcium deficiency and possibly over watering. The over watering is possible since the sprinkler is being used frequently since we reseeded the front lawn and have been watering at least daily. I have adjusted the sprinkler to keep the water off the tomatoes. The cherry tomatoes are fine but the "early girls" are all coming out bad.
My stupid question is can I buy a coup[le of gallons of milk and pour it around the plants to help add calcium?
Edited by GTTinkerer, June 21, 2012 - 08:05 AM.