Tomato Grafting Workshop
By The Grit Staff | Feb 5, 2018
KUTZTOWN, Pennsylvania — Cultivate your tomato-growing knowledge with The Rodale Institute’s “Tomato Grafting” workshop on April 14. The hands-on class will teach tomato enthusiasts all about tomato grafting, including the science behind the practice, the impact of grafting on plant yield and health, and high tunnel production of grafted and nongrafted tomato plants. Attendees will leave with two grafted tomato plants, as well as take-home lesson material.
Pre-registration is required. Sign up for the workshop at www.RodaleInstitute.org.
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