Join the Tomato Organic Management and Improvement (TOMI) project and eOrganic for this webinar on growing your own organic tomato seed. Tomato is one of the most popular fresh market vegetables, with a rich assortment of varieties that vary in appearance, flavor and agronomic properties. Learning how to produce your own seed will help ensure that your favorite varieties will continue to be available and passed on to future generations. This webinar will provide an overview of practices needed to successfully produce quality organic tomato seed. Key topics will include varietal considerations, isolation and management practices, and fermentation, storage and treatment practices that will maintain seed integrity and help reduce pathogen transmission.
Cathleen McCluskey is the communications and outreach associate at Organic Seed Alliance. Cathleen supports OSA communications, leads the organization’s design work, and is the chair of the biennial Organic Seed Growers Conference.