Tomatoes - The King of the Spring Garden

  • Sat, February 11, 2017
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Poway
  • 8

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  • San Diego Horticultural Society Workshop

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Tomatoes - The King of the Spring Garden

Topic:Tomatoes - The King of the Spring Garden

Speaker: Roy Wilburn, Horticulture Manager at Sunshine Care in Poway

Roy was a commercial tomato grower in Baja, California for 20 years and now maintains the organic greens at Sunshine Care. There, he supplies 20,000 pounds a year of fresh, high quality fruits and vegetables for the residents' daily menus and families-in-need in the Poway area. Vine-ripe tomatoes are the star of the gardens.

Description: Roy will give you his take on all aspects of tomato production from seedlings to harvest. You will get tips on varietal selection, soil preparation, fertilization, pest/disease control, and cultural practices. He will touch on heirlooms, cherry tomatoes, roma tomatoes, and, of course, those red vine-ripes. Also, you will learn how to graft your own tomato seedlings for increased vigor and production. 

To be held rain or shine. 

Bring the following:

  • Drinking Water
  • Closed-toe shoes are REQUIRED

By registering for this workshop, I understand that I will attend this workshop at my own risk.  Host gardens, workshop instructors, and the San Diego Horticultural Society assume no liability whatsoever. 

To Register: https://sdhort.wildapricot.org/event-2119022

Questions about this workshop? Click HERE to send an email to Anne Murphy.

Need to cancel your reservation? - Click HERE to send an email to Anne Murphy.

Registration will close two days before the event.  

If you must cancel, be considerate and allow enough time to let another member register and attend.

 Our Mission  To inspire and educate the people of San Diego County to grow and enjoy plants, and to create beautiful, environmentally responsible gardens and landscapes.

Our Vision  To champion regionally appropriate horticulture in San Diego County.


 



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