The Best Antioxidant Fruits and Vegetables to Grow In Your Garden

December 17, 2021 12:00 pm
Tom Spellman

Southwestern Sales Manager, Dave Wilson Nursery

Antioxidants are substances that can prevent or slow damage to cells caused by free radicals, unstable molecules that the body produces as a reaction to environmental and other pressures. Certain fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants. 

If you want to increase your intake of antioxidant and prefer to get them through organically grown foods from your garden this is the webinar for you. 

During this webinar Tom Spellman from Dave Wilson Nursery will teach us:

  1. What antioxidants are and how they help us
  2. What fruits and vegetables are high in antioxidants
  3. Which have the best flavors
  4. How to select the best antioxidant plants for your garden
  5. Recommending cultural practices
  6. How to feed, water and care for them
  7. Helpful growing tips

Don’t miss this information session that will help you with your spring planting.

Tom Spellman

Tom Spellman brings more than forty-five years’ experience in the Southern California nursery industry. Tom is currently with Dave Wilson Nursery.

He specializes in the production and sale of avocados, citrus, subtropical and deciduous fruit trees including landscape and orchard site consultation.

Tom’s memberships and affiliations include the International Plant Propagators Society, California Rare Fruit Growers, and a past board member of the California Citrus Nurseryman’s Society. Tom is also a past board member, treasurer, and current member of the Nursery Growers’ Association, as well as a California-certified nurseryman.

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Connor Cunningham

Technical Sales & Project Manager – Jain Monitoring and Control

Born and raised in the Central Valley; Connor completed his Biology degree at Fresno state. He has been working in the Ag tech and research spaces for the past 4 years developing various types of projects for a multitude of growers. These projects applied monitoring and control devices to both permanent and row crops across California. He joined the Jain team back in December of 2019 and is based in the Fresno area.