Thanks for telling me what you use to feed occasionally. Maybe I have to water my tomatoes more. I did not know that watering more helps blossom end rot.
I agree that as long as they are healthy and beautiful looking like yours are that is all that is needed.
Yes, I am interested in some seeds if you have any to spare.
I don't know about Sevin, but Tim told me some beekeepers think the GMO crops are hurting bees.
BER - blossom end rot physiological problem, and is due to water / moisture issues e.g. swings in water/moisture retention. It actually causes the plant to steal the calcium within its uptake system to rob itself to the point it cannot metabolize/uptake the calcium, even if it is provided in the soil/medium.
Best preventative is to amend soil properly prior to transplanting, and keep mulched and soil /medium moisture level consistent. Biggest effect: keep the moisture level even as much as possible
Oh, and Bee colony collapse is from Imidacloprid or other neuro toxin pesticide use . Though most collapse is due to commercial farming pesticides, the build up use of pesticide use including home gardeners adds to the syndrome.