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#77310 Jun 27th, 2007 at 06:00 AM
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testing

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he needs a little pair of sunglasses!


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Yes some dark shades and a mustache.


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Looks good. Is the bruise Bottom End Rot?


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papito #80291 Jul 1st, 2007 at 10:26 AM
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yea, from sitting on the ground. but the little nose I've seen that before, I don't know what causes that....

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Very interesting! lol :Lol: touched


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That looks to be Blossom End Rot.
As far as Bottom End Rot goes I belive it is the equivelent to "bedsores' on humans.


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Mine have the same thing Dan, so I'm just pulling them off and will look into feeding them "calcium sulfate" or gypsum.


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