Category: Fruits & Vegetables

Can my plants catch the flu? Plant viruses and transmission to hosts

It’s flu season! Hopefully, you have gotten the flu vaccine for you and your family this year. If not, there’s still time. While you may or may not catch the flu this year, some folks wonder if it’s… Read More

Monoecious vs Dioecious: Self-Pollinating vs Cross-Pollinating Plants

When starting a vegetable garden or even orchard, you may wonder if you need two or more plants of a certain variety to cross-pollinate each other or if you can get away with just one. This will depend… Read More

Timing your Florida Vegetable Garden

Florida’s bountiful vegetables Florida is known for a lot of unique things. Palm trees, beaches, warm breezes, orange trees, and cattle are signature Florida images. Vegetable fields do not come to most people’s minds, partly because most vegetable… Read More

Timing your Florida Vegetable Garden

Florida’s bountiful vegetables Florida is known for a lot of unique things. Palm trees, beaches, warm breezes, orange trees, and cattle are signature Florida images. Vegetable fields do not come to most people’s minds, partly because most vegetable… Read More

Extension Solutions on Orange TV

Extension Solutions is a new video program that provides up-to-date horticulture and other Extension information on agriculture, horticulture, family& consumer sciences and 4-H to the residents of Central Florida. The three to four minute segments covering a variety… Read More