What’s Wrong With My Tomato?

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Damaged tomatoes

Tomatoes are a favorite in home gardens, but they also tend to be plagued with a multitude of issues. Every horticulturist can agree, one of the most frequent questions they receive is, “What’s wrong with my tomato?”

Problems include a handful of diseases, sensitivity to chemicals, and different environmental factors. The good news is that a lot of these problems can be corrected or avoided altogether, though the hard part is positively identifying them in the first place!

Join the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Montgomery County Horticulture agent virtually on Thursday, August 19, 2021, from noon–1 p.m. to learn about some of the most common concerns when it comes to growing tomatoes and how you might be able to minimize or avoid them.

The event is free and will be held via Zoom but registration is required. It is recommended to have the app downloaded on your phone, tablet, or computer before joining the event.

With questions or for more information, contact Kaitlyn Lamaster at 910-576-6011 or email at kmlamast@ncsu.edu.

**Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by August 17 to Kaitlyn Lamaster at 910-576-6011 or kmlamast@ncsu.edu.

To register, visit: https://moco-whats-wrong-with-my-tomato.eventbrite.com