Tomato Wilt Got You Down This Year?

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Have you given up growing tomatoes because they just wilt? This class is for you!

Tomato Wilt virus workhshopJoin Gene Fox, Area Horticulture Agent, and Jonathan Kressin, NC State University PhD. student, to learn how to graft tomatoes for increased vigor and successfully overcoming disease pressure to produce amazing tomatoes! This class will have both a learning session and a hands-on grafting session to give you the tools to grow a successful tomato patch next year. Homeowners and Commercial growers are encouraged to attend this class.

The class will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end around 1:00 p.m. This is a free class provided by the Beaufort County Extension Center. You must register for this class and it is first come first serve. There are only 30 spots available so register today!