Tag: UF/IFAS Extension

TERMINALFOUR (T4) Tip 17: Migration To Terminalfour? Here Is An Example Of What To Do With All Those Factsheets

Your fact sheets are GREAT blog content. Here is an example: http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/leeco/2017/05/08/beach-sunflower/ Intended Audience: EXTENSION MODERATORS TIP: The original .PDF file is embedded as a link in the post after uploading it to the Media gallery. EXPLANATION: Your facts sheets can… Read More

Water When it Counts Conference Poster

UF/IFAS Communications worked with Patrick Troy, Regional Specialized Agent, to develop a conference poster targeting large growers in north Florida. This program was developed for those near the Suwannee River who use or produce nitrogen (like dairies). The… Read More

Respirators: Why are they important?

When working in agricultural operations such as a nursery, farm or grove, the concentration and frequency of exposure to agricultural contaminants can cause a variety of respiratory problems. Normally our own respiratory system filters some particles before getting to… Read More

Enfermedades en ornamentales del sur de Florida

He recibido muchas preguntas acerca de que enfermedades causadas por virus, hongos, bacterias o algas afectan a las plantas ornamentales que crecen en el sur de la Florida. Si tu piensas en crecer tus planta o trabajas en… Read More

Ornamental Plants and Diseases in south Florida Report

I received many questions from ornamental growers about what ornamental plant diseases may affect their nurseries? especially in south Florida. Miami-Dade County is a ground zero for invasive pests and the quality standards for ornamental is very high… Read More

“Seed Scholarships” and Orange County Head Start Project

Situation: Head Start is a national school readiness program created as part of a “war on poverty”. Specifically, it is designed to promote healthy development and assist children from low-income families overcome the disadvantages of poverty before they… Read More