Sue Sanderson

Sue Sanderson – our horticulturist expert

Sue Says
There could be a number reasons for this. If it is simply that the fruit is green inside but still tastes fine, then this is probably just a feature of that particular variety. Growing conditions can also affect the development of the fruit. If your tomatoes also have a hard core then this may be caused by stresses to the plant such as excessive heat, or inconsistent soil moisture levels (over watering and drying out of the soil).

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