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Tag: Florida-Friendly Landscaping

Wildlife and Invasive Species Education (W.I.S.E.) Workshop

Wildlife Happenings February Seahorse Key

W.I.S.E. returns in 2020! UF/IFAS Extension Sumter County is pleased to offer the Wildlife and Invasive Species Educations (WISE) workshop on February 11 and 12, 2020. We have two full days of expert presenters from The University of… Read More

Seven Gardening Hacks for 2019

Nature Coast includes Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy counties.

From apples to figs, beans to zinnia, gardeners in North Florida face a number of challenges. Join us [no soil required] as we dig into the science of gardening in sandy soils.  Meeting 2-3:30 pm. Friday; September 20,… Read More

Back the Blue – A Community’s Generosity

list of busineses and individuals who supported and funded the back the blue project

The Florida-Friendly Landscaping project at Gilchrist County Sheriff office is one that honors the fallen, appreciates the living and is borne of a desire to make a positive difference. Nature Coast Master Gardener, Christine H., felt something could be… Read More

UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension @ Yankeetown Seafood Festival

Children and adults interact with Extension Master Gardeners during annual Arts and Seafood Festival.

Visit UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension booth at 37th Annual Yankeetown Arts, Crafts and Seafood Festival, November 17th and 18th, 9-5 pm.  Extension Master Gardeners love to “talk plants.” Share photos of your flowering pride… Read More

UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension booth @ Cedar Key

Master Gardeners share UF resaserched based horticulture during Cedar Key Seafood Festival.

Visit UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension booth at 49th Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival, October 20th and 21st, 9-5 pm. Extension Master Gardeners love to “talk plants.” Share photos of your flowering pride and… Read More

Will This Kill My Tree?

Moth larvae spin loose webs in outer sections of hardwood canopy.

An up close view reveals dozens of hairy, inch long caterpillar, twitching within the fine webbing. Twigs, stems, skeletonized leaves and excrement were visible. Left alone, will these fall webworm kill our young pecan tree? Is this a… Read More