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Category: UF/IFAS Research

Tweet All About It: Catherine Campbell Presents MREC Research at Virtual Conference

This summer, many academic conferences have moved to an online format in the wake of COVID-19. The Association for the Study of Food and Society was no exception, hosting their #FoodStudies20 conference on Twitter. Catherine Campbell, assistant professor… Read More

Summer Vegetable Gardening

As if we needed another reason to call Florida ‘Special’, what with our state hanging out into the water and located south of the rest of the nation.  Here in Central Florida, we even seem to do our… Read More

Cover Cropping in Summer

In the Wilting Heat Many Floridians choose not to grow any edibles during the summer in order to let the garden beds rest.  It is generally a hostile time of year to be doing very much in the… Read More

UF/IFAS Range Cattle REC Exchange Visitor Highlight – Dr. Marta Kohmann

By: Bethany Wight, Biologist UF/IFAS Range Cattle Research and Education Center Marta Moura Kohmann grew up in a small town near her family’s farm in the most southern Brazilian state, Rio Grande do Sul. Their farm was originally… Read More

Weed Science Wednesday: Use of Glyphosate and Herbicide Alternatives for Weed Control in Florida Landscape Planting Beds

There is a growing controversy over potential health risks associated with the herbicide glyphosate, the active ingredient in RoundUp®. Following extensive study, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), along with many other agencies, has maintained its findings… Read More

Pest Management in Deer Farming: First Steps Toward Best Practices

Deer on farms may be kept in pens (left) or free roaming (right). Penned deer are typically high-value animals that are used for breeding, whereas free-roaming deer are more often used to provide hunting opportunities. (Photos courtesy of… Read More

Summer Gardening – Tips for Beating the Heat

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green   Whew!  It was a hot July, and the start of August looks like it will be about the same.  I am not long in the garden during the height of summer;… Read More