Category: Turf

Fact Sheets

Africanized Bee Awareness Air_Potato_Vine_Infestation_Site-_Beetle_Request_Form Alternative pesticides Assassin (wheel) bug BagWorms bird gardens chayote citrus care citrus greening citrus insect and fertilizer2 Common Landscape Mistakes2 Controlling crabgrass in Turfgrass Controlling Weeds in Turfgrass deadly palm diseases ground covers for… Read More

UF / IFAS Extensión: Información de Jardinería disponible, justo a las puertas de su casa.

Ya llego la primavera al condado de Osceola y es la mejor época de cultivar su jardín. Nuestro clima subtropical nos permite preparar los jardines después de las temporadas frías de enero y febrero, permitiendo que las plantas… Read More

Weed of the Week-Crabgrass

Crabgrass Control There are five crabgrass species found in Florida; India, blanket, southern, tropical, and smooth.  The blanket and India species are perennials, while southern, tropical, and smooth crabgrasses are annuals.  Due to the variations in life cycles,… Read More

“Roundup®” License- Is it For You?

Landscape professionals and homeowners alike should be aware that the State of Florida requires a license in order to apply any pesticide (including herbicides such as Roundup®) as part of a landscape business. The Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance… Read More

Event: Landscape Fertilizer Calibration: Lawns and Trees on February 13, 2018

This training provides landscape professionals more in-depth knowledge about fertilization than the Green Industries Best Management Practices program, and includes skill-building opportunities related to proper fertilization. This training emphasizes the minimization of nonpoint source pollution to conserve and… Read More

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests through cultural, host resistance, physical or mechanical, biological, cultural and chemical control methods. Why should you use IPM? IPM provides long-lasting strategies resulting in more consistent pest… Read More