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By Guy Tozer 09/23/2008
Sounds like a condition called blossom rot. You're right to add calcium, but the other problem may be too much water. Google blossom rot for some suggestions.
By mcmillan968 (Guest Post)08/28/2008
My peppers have done the SAME THING for YEARS! I have never learned how to stop it. I pull the pepper and cut out the spot and either cook it or FREEZE the pepper for use come winter! I have tried Adding calcium and using Epsom salts spray but NOTHING I've done seems to work. GOOD LUCK!
By Kim Churchman 08/23/2008
Ask your county's volunteer master gardeners. They would be accessible through the cooperative extension office in your state. Just google cooperative extension, and you're there. They love to come check out what you have.
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