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New Vegetable Gardener — Is it too Late to Start a Vegetable Garden?

New Vegetable Gardener — Is it too Late to Start a Vegetable Garden? Several months ago in this series on vegetable gardening information (New Vegetable Gardener) you learned about the vegetable garden seasons in Central Florida. You should… Read More

UF/IFAS Florida Sea Grant survey seeks public input on existing Florida red tide communications

[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]University of Florida researchers want to hear from Florida residents and visitors to gauge the value and accessibility of information pertaining to Florida red tide events.[/inlinetweet] Florida red tides, harmful algal blooms caused by the toxin-producing dinoflagellate Karenia brevis, are a… Read More

UF scientists predict potential spread of disease vector mosquito new to Florida

UF/IFAS scientists predict where in Florida environmental conditions may be suitable for Aedes scapularis to spread, now that it has invaded the Florida Peninsula. Aedes scapularis can transmit yellow fever virus, Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus, dog heartworm and… Read More

Water Wednesday Recap: Florida’s Water Policies

Water Wednesday in March will feature Clean Water. To start, we briefly reviewed the Florida water policies and regulations in last Water Wednesday. Before clean water laws, raw sewage sometimes kept swimmers out of the surf at Florida… Read More

Public input needed for Southeast Coral Reef Ecosystem Conservation Area

The Southeast Coral Reef Ecosystem Conservation Area (Coral ECA), a stretch of Florida’s reef tract from the northern boundary of Biscayne Bay National Park to the St. Lucie Inlet, is in need of conservation. A public meeting will… Read More