Web Education: Growing Tomatoes Spring and Fall

SeptemberSep 12 2019 12:00am



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Web Education: Growing Tomatoes Spring and Fall

Instructor: Angela Chandler is a life-long hobby gardener. Angela holds Specialist Certifications in Plant Propagation, Entomology, Rainwater Harvesting, and Greenhouse Management. She teaches Urban Harvest monthly classes at the Houston Museum of Natural Science in varying subjects from Basic Organic Gardening, Basic Fruit Tree Care to Low Volume Irrigation and Bokashi Composting.

Grow an abundance of tomatoes in Fall as well as Spring time with our web slideshow guided by our instructor, Angela Chandler. You will have success in growing tomatoes understanding the dos and don’ts of growing tomatoes in our hot, humid, drought/deluge climate of Houston. The web slideshow covers all things tomatoes, planting, fertilizing, care and harvesting.

(a link is included in the registration confirmation email to use to download the file to view and listen to the web slideshow)


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