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Talking Tomatoes and Summer Fruit Pruning

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Join us to learn how to get the most of all the fruit and veggies in your landscape! First we’ll share tips and techniques to help your tomatoes achieve peak performance. Tomatoes aren’t always easy, but there are things you can do to set your plants up for success.

In the second half of class we’ll learn about summer pruning of fruit trees. While fruit trees are pruned in late winter for health, summer pruning is done for size control. This session will show you how and why summer pruning is another tool to use to maximize your enjoyment of the fruits you can grow.

Join the Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers of Durham County to learn gardening tricks and tips at the Briggs Avenue Community Garden. Sessions led by Kathryn Hamilton and Kat Causey. 

Two identical sessions of this class are available. Click below to register. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Parking is available along the street. Please bring your own chair if you would like one. 

This class is part of the Bull City Gardener Learning Series and is open to everyone.

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Ashley Troth, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionAshley Troth, Ph.D.Extension Agent, Agriculture - Consumer and Commercial Ornamental Horticulture Call Ashley Email Ashley N.C. Cooperative Extension, Durham County Center
Page Last Updated: 2 years ago
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