When:
April 12, 2014 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Where:
Education Center at Berkshire Botanical Garden
Cost:
Non-Member +$35.00, Member +$30.00
Contact:
Elisabeth Cary413.298.3926, x15E-mail

This class is nearing capacity. Please call 413.298.3926 to register.

14.4.12 Tomatoes BasicsThis presentation is designed to help you understand the various types of tomatoes, the best time to start them from seed and when to set them out. The pros and cons of different methods of growing will be discussed. In-season care, including mulching and pruning along with pest and disease control, will be described, as will harvesting and methods of preservation. Students will learn proper handling and transplanting of tomato seedlings via hands-on activities.

Ron Kujawski, Ph.D. is the former Landscape and Nursery Specialist for UMass Cooperative Extension. He is a garden writer, educator and researcher in IPM, plant nutrition and soil science. He teaches for the horticultural industry throughout New England.

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