Our change in season means it is time to start growing your favorite warm season herbs. Learn about planting and growing herbs In the Garden with Escambia Extension.
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UF/IFAS Extension offers “Starting a Successful Hydroponic Business” two-day short courses When: March 13-14 or March 17-18, 2017 Where: Suwannee Valley Agricultural Extension Center, 8202 County Road 417, Live Oak, FL 32060 Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/starting-a-successful-hydroponic-business-registration-28233604471 This program will… Read More
Many of us are enjoying our warmer temperatures this winter, but many deciduous fruit crops really need cold temperatures in order to break dormancy for the year. In areas that experience cold temperatures plants have evolved the ability… Read More
Learn the best planting techniques for your new container tree or shrub.
There are several herbs that thrive in cooler winter temperatures. There is still time for you to plant seeds of dill and parsley and transplants of your favorite thyme. The dill will go to seed in spring, the… Read More
It won’t be long before homeowners start thinking about sodding a new lawn or renovating areas of their existing turf. Although sodding when turf is dormant is acceptable, it is best to install sod that is green. One… Read More
Learn about growing vegetables in winter from Escambia Extension. View the video.
A new tree or shrub is an investment for the future. When we pick an ornamental plant, we have the hope that it will survive for many years and offer seasons of beauty that enhance our landscape. Time… Read More
Plants have specific ways of telling gardeners that there is a problem but not all plant symptoms lead us directly to the cause. During drier conditions, we often use wilting leaves as an indicator that water is needed. … Read More
Temperatures will soon be cooling down and some of our winter weeds will begin germinating. If weeds such as Annual bluegrass, chickweed, or henbit have been problems in the lawn in previous years, consider applying a pre emergent… Read More