Growing Grapes in Tennessee Home Gardens
Dr. David Lockwood, UT Extension Specialist specializing in tree fruits, nuts and wine, will speak on “Growing Grapes in Tennessee Home Gardens” on Thursday, February 18, at 7 p.m. at Rocky Mount State Historic Site, 200 Hyder Hill Rd, Piney Flats, Tennessee. Whether you want to grow grapes for direct consumption or for wine making Dr. Lockwood will provide guidance on recommended varieties for east Tennessee gardens and how best to plant and care for them. Dr. Lockwood has traveled and lectured extensively throughout the United States as well as in many foreign countries, including France, Italy, and Spain, and is recognized as a grape specialist and wine connoisseur. Bring your questions and learn from an expert how to make a home vineyard a reality.
Dr. Lockwood received his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia and joined the faculty of the University of Tennessee Plant and Soil Sciences in 1973. He currently holds faculty appointments at the University of Georgia as well as at UT.
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