Arizona Tomatoes in Winter

Several days ago Sannyasin Yoginathaswami and Natyam Dayanatha flew to Arizona for a week-long seminar all about hydroponic crop productions, with an emphasis on tomato growing. The two touched down in Tucson after a pleasant flight and soon found that the weather in Tucson in January is very different from Kauai. Thankfully they were prepared for the freezing conditions. Their classes began with an immense amount of expert knowledge from the University about tomato growing, giving many insights into what we can do better in our own green houses. It's just the beginning, but this has already proven to be a wonderfully successful and useful trip. Aum Namah Sivaya.


2 Responses to “Arizona Tomatoes in Winter”

  1. Prabhakur says:

    Thank you for sharing these pictures. Aum Namah Shivaya.

  2. Easan says:

    Living in the midst of the valley which grows tomatoes for most of the nation, I can appreciate these photos!

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