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As a comment about Bell Pepper (Capsicum annuum 'Sprinter'), vic wrote:

This pepper is not prone to blossom end rot.
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Is this a serious problem with some peppers?? I've never once had a pepper of any variety develop BER.
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I don't think it's serious but in areas of very high humidity, it can be a problem. I think BER is usually a calcium deficiency but can also be caused by humidity. We had so much rain last summer, my pepper and tomatoes both suffered. Sad

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