Join veteran Master Gardeners as they share successful tips on growing tomatoes above ground. The Garden Talks program will be held on Friday, March 20 from 10:30 – Noon at the Tryon Library, 1200 Langley… Read More
Category: Fruits & Vegetables
Registration is now open for the 2015 Small Farm Series: Organic Vegetable Production that will be held the evenings of January 15, 22, and 29 throughout the Panhandle of Florida. Cost of the course is… Read More
Escambia Extension is offering a hands-on workshop for novice gardeners to learn the basics of Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardening. The entire class will be outside utilizing raised beds and in ground planting areas. Participants will… Read More
Workshop for farmers interested in learning about small farm tomato production. April 24, 2014. UF/IFAS WFREC. See flyer for complete details and registration information. Tomatoes at Twilight Flyer.
These cold winter days make gardeners yearn for the warmth of April to be able to get their vegetable garden started, but they needn’t wait so long. Late January through February are ideal times for… Read More
June is prime time for growing tomatoes here in Escambia County, but it’s also the best time to see a lot of pests in tomatoes that can totally ruin a crop. To help you figure… Read More
Okra can be relatively easy to grow, unless you have nematodes. Nematodes are a serious pest of okra and can reduce a stand and greatly decrease production of pods. Nematodes are microscopic round worms… Read More