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Summer Vegetable Gardening

Seminole pumpkins

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

Sunflowers as cover crop, UF/IFAS photo by Tyler Jones

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

Nematodes: The Bane of the Florida Vegetable Gardener

tomatoes on the vine

It is nearing the end of the Spring vegetable gardening season here in Central Florida.  Some of you might be frustrated with some of your vegetable plants.  They get watered, fertilized, and insect pests are controlled.  Still, the… Read More