Answer: Catfacing results from various stresses at the period between flowering and fruit development. The symptoms happen when the flower doesn't quite come cleanly from the expanding ovary. Temperatures below 55 or above 85, drought, inconsistent watering, high winds, and heavy-duty fertilizing can all cause cat-facing. Next year, pay attention to the above stresses, give all your plants full sun (8 hours +), and try some resistant varieties (Burpee's VF or Floramerican, for instance).
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