There are several situations where you may find yourself with a bottle calf. At the earliest stages you may have witnessed the birth. If the mother survived let nature take its course. But if you happen to see… Read More
Article by Kaydie McCormick, Residential Horticulture Agent & Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator and amazing arthropods identifier at the UF/IFAS Extension in Seminole County. Amazing Arthropods of Florida During July I had a chance to take off my usual… Read More
Master Gardener Volunteer Diane Forrest discovered that battling mealybugs can be a difficult task here in Florida. Read all about what she learned while putting into practice University of Florida suggestions for controlling these garden pests!
In case you didn’t know medication isn’t cheap. Whether you are buying for a human, or any of our livestock this holds true. It would be a shame if that livestock medication never made a proper transition from bottle… Read More
This week Master Gardener and Master Naturalist Don Philpott (email@example.com) offers up some gardening tips to try in your garden. Read Don’s other articles [here].
This week in the Plant Clinic, Master Gardener Volunteer Jan Mangos answers a question about School Gardens. You can read more articles by Jan [here].
A seller will always do their best to get you to buy their product. After all if they don’t sell, they don’t make money. So it is in the sellers’ best interest to make their product better than the… Read More
It’s almost the time of year when we get to use perhaps the least used piece of equipment in our homes. Some of us don’t have one, and some of us do. I’m talking about the Florida fireplace…. Read More
4-H is a youth education program which provides youth ages 5-18 the opportunity to learn life skills while exploring projects such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), leadership, healthy living, and citizenship/leadership. You can become a member of… Read More