That sure looks like what I have Tyler. These plants have grown in this bed the whole time. I would think they would be used to the sun. Is there anything I can do about it? I pulled the affected fruit off already to prevent any chance of spread or other problems. Would more water help?
Here is a pic of one of the affected peppers and the plant it came off of. The leaves on the plant look healthy to me. The only thing that I can find on the plant that might be a sign of something suspect is the dark coloring at the forks where the branches and fruit sprout off but every pepper plant I have ever grown has had that coloring in the forks.
I don't know guys. To me it seems to look more like the sunburn than the fungus rot but I'm not sure. Do the pictures help ID the problem?
Joined: Feb 24, 2012
I agree it looks more like the pictures of sunburn.
Joined: Nov 14, 2011
Location: Yucatan Puebla Ontario BC
It looks like a bacterial infection, common on pepers. try spraying garlic water on them
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subject: Brown mushy spots on my bell peppers. picture added