209. Epic Tomatoes | Craig LeHoullier | Raleigh, NC

Epic Tomatoes: How to Select and Grow the Best Varieties of All Time

Epic Tomatoes: How to Select and Grow the Best Varieties of All Time

CRAIG LEHOULLIER:

known as NC Tomatoman, author of the books Epic Tomatoes or Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales, the co-host of Tomatopalooza, a co-leader of the Dwarf Tomato Breeding Project, or just the odd person with a garden where the driveway used to be. He’s the tomato nut with a website, a blog, a newsletter (on occasion), and a huge tomato and pepper and eggplant collection. Craig LeHoullier – someone that heirloom tomatoes chose to help participate in their continued relevance.

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This interview actually starts out in the pre-chat because I know my listeners like to hear some of these things we talk about. My amazing guest today Craig LeHoullier was just recommended a couple of days ago and has already agreed to come on and talk about his amazing book: 

EPIC TOMATOES by Craig Le Houllier

to listen to the full episode or read the complete show notes go to the Organic Gardener Podcast Episode 209.

and don’t forget if you need help getting started check out our new 

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Remember you can get the  2018 Garden Journal and Data Keeper to record your garden goals in 

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You can  download the first 30 days here   while you’re waiting for it to come in the mail. 

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