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Category: UF/IFAS Research

2019 UF/IFAS Awardees to be recognized at the Dinner of Distinction

UF/IFAS is pleased to announce the honorees to be recognized at this year’s UF/IFAS Dinner of Distinction event. This celebration recognizes the commitment of individuals and organizations to the UF/IFAS mission of teaching, research and Extension. 2019 Award… Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief! … Read More

The Tree that Links UF, the Moon, and Hurricane Irma

By Kim Scotto-Kelley GAINESVILLE, Fla. — After a priceless tree at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex was lost during Hurricane Irma, UF/IFAS scientists provided an “out-of-this-world” donation to continue its legacy. In 1971, a seed the size of… Read More