Tag: Lee County

Event: Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance Exam Preparation and Exam | 2018

If you cut lawns and maintain ornamentals around houses and wish to apply pesticides, including Round-up, on the job, then this six-hour class is a requirement before obtaining the Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance license (erroneously called the Roundup… Read More

Fact Sheets: Horticulture and Gardening Publications | Lee County Extension | Stephen Brown

Gardening Publications A-Z Administration     Annual Report 2011-12 Annuals     Annual-Flowers-Bedding Plants     Gardening with Annuals in Florida Ants    Ants    Carpenter Ants – coming soon    Crazy Ants    Imported Fire Ants on Lawns and Turf     Aquatic Plants     Aquatic Plants – Planting Depths for… Read More

Q and A: I am concerned about mistaking the Florida Bobcat for the Florida Panther. Could you enlighten your readers?

from J.C., via eMail Answer: The bobcat (Felis rufus) is found from southern Canada, throughout the United States, and to the higher elevations of southeastern Mexico. In Florida, the bobcat occurs statewide. A solitary, mostly nocturnal creature, the bobcat… Read More

Q and A: I have heard that there is a type of mosquito that is an indicator for poor water quality. What are these mosquitoes called and do they exist in this area?

from C.R., Bonita Springs Answer: Blind mosquitoes, also known as aquatic midges, are mosquito-like insects often associated with poor water quality. Blind mosquito is a common name that may refer to various species of midges. One thing to… Read More