Category: UF/IFAS

Use pre-emergent herbicide for purple nutsedge

In The Garden and Around The Lawn There are many pleasant landscape related experiences in Wakulla County during March. For the homeowner it is a time of low-impact duties in the garden and around the lawn. The leaves… Read More

UF-TREC recognitions at the 56th Annual Ag Tour and Luncheon

At 56th Annual Ag Tour and Luncheon, UF-TREC was highlighted with recognition to Emeritus Professor Dr. Waldemar Klassen and graduate students being awarded scholarships for their research work. Homestead, FL – Over the past 56 years, the Agri Council… Read More

UF/IFAS CALS Major Offers Scholarships to Transfer Students with Florida College AA Degrees

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Charlene Mitchell, 21, wanted to become a microbiologist since the age of 10. As the first in her single-parent family to attend college, Mitchell decided to start her higher education experience at Pensacola State College… Read More

Wakulla County 176th Birthday Celebration

CLICK ON LINK BELOW http://In the Spotlight: Wakulla’s 176th Birthday Greg James, Chairman of Wakulla 4-H Advisory Council Board, and Brooklynn Green, a 4-H member, stop by the studio to tell us more about Wakulla’s Wonderful Week to… Read More

Mycorrhizal Fungi, a Great Plant Partner

When you think of fungus and plants together, typically that is not a good thing. However, mycorrhizal fungi are great plant partners that work in the soil to enhance a plant’s root system. The biofertilizers aid in plant growth… Read More

Giant African land snail: APHIS use criteria to deregulate quarantined areas in Miami-Dade county

APHIS and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) collaborated to develop the protocol for removing areas from quarantine.   Click on the link to go to the official NAPPO alert: https://www.pestalerts.org/oprDetail.cfm?oprID=781   Check out this… Read More

In The Garden February 2019

A Gardener’s Perspective February may be the shortest month of the year, but from a gardener’s perspective there is plenty to do. So far the weather has been mild during this late winter month, like it has been… Read More

Fossil Records in Limestone of Wakulla’s Past

Wakulla County Residents Reminisce The road work on highway 319 has affected almost every resident of Wakulla County. Pastures, timberland and even a few roadside stores are now in the process of being converted to a speedy route… Read More

Thrush, Horse Hooves Need Extra Care

Thrush, The Bacterial Infection The plentiful rain fall in recent months has a number of benefits. Among these is ample moisture for forage production in pastures and paddocks. Unfortunately, too much of a good thing (rainwater) can be… Read More