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Epic Tomatoes From YOUR Garden with Craig LeHoullier
September 1, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County and Craig LeHoullier, author of Epic Tomatoes, will present “Epic Tomatoes From YOUR Garden.” Craig will share some history, stories, and tips and tricks for success in growing tomatoes.
The live webinar will begin at 10 a.m. on September 1st, concluding around 12:00 pm. The cost for the program is $25, increasing to $35 on August 30th. Interested parties are encouraged to take advantage of the early-bird price. Click here to register or copy and paste the link in your browser: https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/productListingDetails/3435
Packed with photos from his various gardens, Craig will spend the first half talking about tomatoes themselves, providing the information you need to plan your own successful tomato adventure. After a question break, Craig will return to share how to make it all happen – from planting seeds to harvesting and saving seeds. He’ll also address different ways to grow your crop whether using a traditional garden, raised bed, container, or straw bales. And he’ll share some of his favorite recipes.
Be sure to have all your tomato-growing questions ready. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions during the live webinar and receive answers as time allows. Questions not answered during the live webinar will be answered by email.
Due to technological constraints, the webinar has a limit of 100 attendees. For those unable to register for the live webinar, a recorded version will be available for purchase.
The webinar complements the recent publication of the book From Drought to Deluge: The Resilient Central Texas Garden,” which can be purchased online from the Travis County Master Gardeners Association.
“Craig’s book, Epic Tomatoes, can be purchased directly by visiting his website.
Past recordings are listed on the Our Favorite Gardening Resources for Austin and Travis County web page. More information on the seminars can be found by signing up for event notifications and subscribing to the blog. Also visit the AgriLife Extension’s Events Calendar .