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Edible Gardening Series: Question of the Week – Tomatoes!!

By Sarah Bostick and Carol Wyatt-Evens

Gardening in Florida can be incredibly rewarding and incredibly frustrating at the same time.  If you are new to the region, you soon learn that gardening in the sunshine state can quickly become a full-time job. Our subtropical climate is perfect for growing an abundance of different vegetables, fruits, and herbs, but the challenges can sometimes be a bit overwhelming.

This is where we can help!  Agents from UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County have partnered to offer a weekly, 30-minute workshop on Zoom to help answer your gardening questions.  The first 10 minutes offers an educational component relevant to the urban gardener.  The remainder of the time is dedicated to question and answer – any question you have!  The series runs through March 2021 with the exception of holidays.  You must register for the series on Eventbrite to receive the link to the series.  You only need to register once to get access to the entire series:

Edible Gardening Series

Every week, the agents will post a question from the webinar that we are sure will be helpful for our community gardeners at large.

This week’s Question of the Week:
Tomatoes!! We had so many good questions this week, we decided to answer them all in written form! And there were so many that we decided to break them into four blog posts, each with its own theme. Click on the theme you are interested in reading more about and it will take you right to the post you are looking for:
bowl full of beautiful, multi-colored cherry tomatoes

Tomatoes!!
Photo credit: Brent Olson (Pixabay)

 

 

The Edible Gardening Series and blog series is a partnership between the following UF/IFAS agents and Sarasota County staff:

  • Sarah Bostick, Sustainable Agriculture Agent
  • Carol Wyatt-Evens, Chemicals in the Environment Agent
  • Mindy Hanak, Community & School Gardens Educator
  • Kevin O’Horan, Communications Associate

 

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