posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 07:29 AM
a reply to: missvicky
I dont know much about peppers.
occurs on ripening fruit that is kept in warm, humid conditions. Harvest peppers prior to use and store any unused peppers in a cool
area away from direct light.
Blossom end rot
is due to calcium deficiency and sporadic watering.
is a result of too much exposure to direct sunlight. The fruit may become light colored and feel dry and papery.
One of the more common bacterial infections that affect peppers is bacterial leaf spot
. With bacterial leaf spots, pepper leaves exhibit small
yellowish spots. These may become brown or enlarge, leading to leaf drop.
Look half way down this page at Bacterial & Fungal Diseases
for full list.