Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
Joseph A. Carroll Building
401 W. Hickory Street
Denton TX 76201-9026
Help desk email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster email: email@example.com
Help Desk 940-349-2892
You’re Invited to These Upcoming Events
March 22–June 7: Children’s Garden
June 1: Pecan Trees and Pest Management Presentation
June 16: Vegetable, Flower, Herb, and Fruit Show
July 24-26: Junior Master Gardener Specialist Training
August 28–October 2: Design Your Yard with Earth-Kind Landscaping course
October 13: Fall Garden Fest
Ongoing: DCMGA “Herbal Branch” Special Interest meetings, one Monday each month
Ongoing: DCMGA “Gardenscapers” Special Interest meetings, one Monday each month
Ongoing: DCMGA General Membership meetings, second Wednesday each month
Q: My tomato plant has spots on the leaves. What is wrong with it? Do I need to spray it?
A: There are so many tomato conditions and diseases that A&M wrote a whole section of their horticulture website to help you solve it. It is divided into problems with fruit, leaf, stem, root, and insects. Cleverly enough, they called it “Tomato Problem Solver.” It has great pictures so that you can identify your problem, and it will also tell you what to do about it.
More information on growing vegetables on our FAQ.
DCMGA is Here to Help with your gardening questions
There are two ways to contact our help desk:
(1) Call 940-349-2892 any time. If there is no answer, leave a detailed message. We will research your question and call you back. Our help desk is located at 401 W. Hickory Street in Denton, TX, and is staffed by Master Gardener volunteers. When volunteers are available, you may bring in a sample of diseased plants or plants you want us to identify.
(2) Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will research your question and usually can provide an answer within a day or two.