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Tips for Growing Tomatoes: Trellising, Pruning and More

July 26 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm EDT

Tomato season is coming into full swing! In this workshop, we’ll discuss the differences between the two major growth habits of tomato varieties: determinate and indeterminate. Understanding these differences will determine how best to manage them. We’ll discuss and demonstrate different ways to support the plants for better production: staking, caging, overhead trellising, and the “Florida Weave.” We’ll show how to prune tomatoes to control growth and improve disease prevention.

Instructors: UNH Extension Master Gardeners Will Lowenthal and Maureen Sinclair

Location: Demonstration and Teaching Garden at NH Audubon’s Massabesic Center, 26 Audubon Way, Auburn.
Pre-registration required: https://extension.unh.edu/event/2022/07/tips-growing-tomatoes-trellising-pruning-more
$15/person; $10/NHA member or Extension volunteer.

Registration deadline: Monday, July 25, 9:00 a.m.
If the event is sold out, please email [email protected] to be added to the waitlist

To request a reasonable accommodation, please email [email protected] or call 603-355-2718.

The Demonstration and Teaching Garden is a partnership program between UNH Extension and NH Audubon, which provides the public with research-based, sustainable gardening information and skills that benefit our environment for wildlife and for people.


July 26
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm EDT
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Massabesic Center
26 Audubon Way
Auburn, NH United States

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