Join us on September 25th, 2018 for a Pond Management Workshop! See flyer below for more information. Purchase tickets: http://bit.ly/PondWorkshop
Category: UF/IFAS Extension
October 2, 2018 9 am – noon $15 This hands-on workshop will cover identification, herbicide technology, weed classification, and how to create the most effective, yet conservation and budget-minded herbicide program for both ornamental beds and turf. CEUS… Read More
September 18, 2018, 9 am – 3 pm, $35 Seating is LIMITED to 30! Lunch included, CEUs have been applied for This advanced course is designed for individuals who have completed the irrigation basics workshop or have a… Read More
Welcome to the 2018-2019 4-H Year! New to 4-H? Love a 4-H Project but Duval 4-H does not have a club that fits your needs? The 4-H club you would like to join is full? Then the Duval… Read More
Be proactive…prepare your landscape for hurricanes. Did you know hurricane season in Florida begins May 15 and ends November 30? That’s over half of the year so it’s time to get busy. Here is a list of a… Read More
Learn More Here: https://practicalhorsemanmag.com/health-archive/shoe-soundness-performance-30286 Click Here & Register to receive the Horse Herald right to your inbox!
Looking to improve your pasture? cattle? horses? hay? Make sure you are attending the Livestock & Forage Field Day next Thursday! Topics include Pesticide Calibration, Weed Control in Pastures, Mineral Supplementation for Cattle, Importance of Vaccinations for Beef… Read More
Sustainable Beef: It’s What’s for Dinner! The beef industry works every day to be more & more sustainable. Here are some ways they do it: Visit here for an interactive website on Beef Sustainability: https://www.beefresearch.org/sustainability/
When was the last time you went to camp? Now’s the time to sign up for Camp Florida-friendly classes, a fun interactive camp for adults. The camp is for 3 days and you can sign up to attend one,… Read More
They’re back…the annual invasion of the lubber grasshoppers. Small lubber grasshoppers appear to bubble up from the soil forming a black mass that move in groups as they consume plants along the way. Don’t procrastinate!