Blossom-end rot can trigger the fruit to appear black and sunken. This problem is frequently caused by excess nitrogen, root damage, uneven watering, or calcium deficiency. Blossom-end rot is usually observed on a little portion of fruit. Use an all-natural rot spray to handle the existing break outs.
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