Tomatoes are a rather capricious culture that does not respond well to mistakes made by gardeners. The consequences may be blackening of tomatoes and loss of yield. Prostoway writes about it.
Incorrectly prepared soil
The key to a healthy harvest is fertile soil and weather. If gardeners do not have a direct impact on weather conditions, then they are simply obliged to prepare the soil for planting tomatoes.
After all, pathogenic bacteria from the soil can cause black spots on the fruit. It is also impossible to allow drought and waterlogging of the beds. Tomatoes do not like humidity levels over 60%.
Top dressing made with mistakes
The cause of damage to the fruit can be improper feeding. Culture reacts to both deficiency and excess of nutrients. Therefore, follow the correct dosage and feeding schedule.
Keep order in the garden. You can’t save on free space and try to plant all the seedlings that you have on a small land. Due to the dense planting, there is a lack of sunlight, because of which the seedlings develop poorly and various diseases can appear.