High Tunnel Tomatoes

 

 

Wednesday, July 12, 5-6 pm: High Tunnel Tomatoes - Early and Mid-season Management for Optimal Health and Productivity. Long-term organic high tunnel soil health and fertility management is challenging. This field day will discuss best management practices for growing tomatoes in a high tunnel, especially early and peak season management practices. Seth Jacobs of Slack Hollow Farm will share his experiences with tomatoes and how he successfully manages a high tunnel from a long term perspective. NOFA-NY and the Cornell Vegetable Program will discuss what they are learning through the New York Farm Viability Institute funded initiative, “Best Management Practices for Long Term Profitable High Tunnel Soil Fertility and Health." Location is Slack Hollow Farm, 177 Gilchrist Rd, Argyle, NY 12809 (Washington County). This event is produced by NOFA-NY with support from the New York Farm Viability Institute.

 

 

Walk-ins are welcome, but online pre-registration up to three days prior to the event is strongly encouraged. Fees are $15/individual, $25 for two or more people from same farm. Online registration is here: http://bit.ly/2qkSwsJ. For further information, visit http://bit.ly/2q9qnto or call (585) 271-1979. NOFA-NY’s field days continue through October.

Event Properties

Event Date 7/12/2017 5:00 pm ET
Event End Date 7/12/2017 6:00 pm ET
Individual Price 25.00 for 2 people from the same farm