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Diagnosis and Management of Pests and Diseases of Tomatoes

Late blight of tomato. Photo by Inga Meadows, NC State University.

Late blight of tomato. Photo by Dr. Inga Meadows, NC State University.

7/16/2024 9:00 -11:30 a.m. (In-person) & 6:00-8:00 p.m. (ONLINE)

Access to fresh tomatoes is among the most rewarding aspects of home vegetable gardening, and at time the most challenging. Warm nights, high rain and humidity, and resulting pest and disease pressure can frustrate even experienced gardeners.

Join Matt Jones (Extension Horticulture Agent) for a workshop and webinar on identifying and managing the most common pests, diseases, and physiological disorders of home-grown tomatoes. When feasible, organic management options will be emphasized. In the workshop, we welcome you to bring tomato samples for Master Gardener Volunteers to help you identify and manage! Otherwise, the content of the lectures will be identical in the online and in-person versions.

Register for the in-person workshop: 7/16/24 9:00-11:30 a.m. (Location)

Register for the online webinar: 7/16/24 6:00- 8:00 p.m.

These classes part of the Extension Gardener series of workshops that are open to everyone. It is also part of the Extension Master Gardener℠ program. More information about becoming a Master Gardener volunteer in Chatham County.

QUESTIONS? Contact N.C. Cooperative Extension, Chatham County Center by calling 919-542-8202 or email matt_jones@ncsu.edu

Subscribe to the Chatham Gardener email list to receive announcements of upcoming Extension events and timely updates on sustainable lawn, garden, and landscape care for the central NC Piedmont.

NC State University and N.C. A&T State University commit themselves to positive action to secure equal opportunity and prohibit discrimination and harassment regardless of age, color, disability, family and marital status, genetic information, national origin, political beliefs, race, religion, sexual identity (including pregnancy), and veteran status. NC State, N.C. A&T, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and local governments cooperating. Persons with disabilities and persons with limited English proficiency may request accommodations to participate by contacting Ginger Cunningham, County Extension Director, at 919.542.8202, ginger_cunningham@ncsu.edu, or in person at the County Extension Office at least 30 days prior to the event.