Fresh tomatoes from the garden are the BEST, but growing them can present some challenges. In this workshop, we’ll explore some ways to overcome challenges of disease and pests and support the plants for better production. We’ll discuss and demonstrate different support methods: staking, caging, overhead trellising, and the “Florida Weave.” We’ll show how to prune tomatoes to control growth and improve disease prevention and more.
The workshop will take place primarily outdoors. Dress for the weather and prepare for a short walk over grassy, flat, but uneven terrain.
Presenter: Will Lowenthal is a Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with extensive knowledge of various vegetable gardening practices.
$10 for NH Audubon members and UNH Extension Master Gardeners
$15 for non-members (Join or renew your membership today! Not sure of your membership status? Email our member services department or call (603) 224-9909 x310.)
Registration Required by June 20, 2023
For accessibility requests, please contact Massabesic Center Director, Kimmie Whiteman, at [email protected].
This program is brought to you through an ongoing partnership between New Hampshire Audubon and University of New Hampshire Extension’s Master Gardener Program. The Demonstration Gardens at NH Audubon’s Massabesic Center provide a place for sharing best practices in eco-friendly home and community gardening, to benefit human health and well-being, and wildlife habitat.