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Freezing

Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Howard County Extenstion Office - Ellicott City
Get Help With: The basics of Food Preservation - Proper Equipment & Ingredients - Frequently Asked Questions - Remedies for Problems 2014 Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It workshops are sponsored by Univ ersity fo Maryland Extension. Handouts, fruits/vegetables, lids, jars, and use of canning...

What To Do with All Those Tomatoes

Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Montgomery County Extension Office - Derwood
Get Help With: The basics of Food Preservation - Proper Equipment & Ingredients - Frequently Asked Questions - Remedies for Problems 2014 Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It workshops are sponsored by Univ ersity fo Maryland Extension. Handouts, fruits/vegetables, lids, jars, and use of canning...

What To Do with All Those Tomatoes

Friday, Sep. 19, 2014 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Howard County Extenstion Office - Ellicott City
Get Help With: The basics of Food Preservation - Proper Equipment & Ingredients - Frequently Asked Questions - Remedies for Problems 2014 Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It workshops are sponsored by Univ ersity fo Maryland Extension. Handouts, fruits/vegetables, lids, jars, and use of canning...

Tomato Plastic Mulch and Shade Study

Tomatoes
Tomato plants were transplanted on 7 May 2012 into black (grower standard), white or reflective plastic mulch. Five different varieties of tomato were used: Mt Spring+, Celebrity, Mt Fresh+, Crista and Scarlet Red. When tomato plants began to develop fruit, a 30% shade cloth was randomly placed...

Grafting Tomatoes

Saturday, Apr. 5, 2014 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
Agriculture Research Building, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Tomato Grafting..it’s easier than you think. If you grow varieties of tomatoes that are not resistant to air and soil borne diseases, you should attend this workshop. The classroom session will address the history and science of grafting. In the hands-on session at the greenhouse, you will graft...

Nutrient Problems and Their Management in Tomatoes

One of the symptoms of blossom rot on tomatoes
Learn about "Nutrient Problems and Their Management in Tomatoes" through viewing the very detailed and illustrated presentation below.

New Invasive Pest Reported in Maryland: The European Pepper Moth

European Pepper Moth
July 2, 2013 Stanton Gill has identified a new invasive pest of ornamentals and vegetables in Maryland: the European pepper moth Duponchelia fovealis. The European pepper moth was found on petunia and geraniums from a wholesale greenhouse operation in Anne Arundel County in the last 10 days. The...

High Tunnel Tomatoes with Mite Infestations

June 2013 This week I saw several high tunnel tomatoes with moderate to severe two-spotted spider mite (TSSM) Tetranychus urticae infestations (Fig. 1). These pests vary in color from white to yellow to red. Mites feed by sucking sap from the plant causing small white stippling marks on the top...

Gold Flecking in Tomato Not Caused by Thrips or Mite Feeding

November 2010 Introduction: Tomatoes are one of the most profitable crops mid-Atlantic vegetable growers can produce, rivaling tobacco on a per acre basis. Though profitable, tomatoes are subject to many problems that can reduce yield and quality. One consistent quality reducing problem that...

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