Category: Agriculture

The elegant stinkhorn (Mutinus elegans)

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Fungi Species The recent rains have been ample to make the plants and trees grow. Even this late in the year the moisture supports growth, but in December the development usually takes place unseen below ground. That is… Read More

MASTER GARDENER TRAINING FOR 2019

Master Gardener 2018 Graduates

By: Les Harrison Thank you for your interest in the 2019 Florida Master Gardener Program The course will be offered beginning January 17, 2019 for the 15 weekly classes. The deadline for registration is January 17, 2019. Your… Read More

2018 Master Gardener Graduation Celebration

Master Gardener Certificate Feat

5 Master Gardener Program Candidates On Thursday evening, December 6th, we celebrated graduation for 5 Master Gardener Program candidates.  Our students completed a rigorous 50-hour course and each student logged in at least 75 hours of service in… Read More

Storm Wreckage On Farm

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By Les Harrison Hurricane Michael Altered Lives Hurricane Michael will always be recalled as a milestone in the lives of many panhandle Florida residents. The course of people’s lives has been altered irrevocably. Depending on the location within… Read More

Essential Mosquito Control Tips

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Essential Mosquito Control Tips for Homeowners Click on picture below to view official flyer on Tips    

United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency

USDA FSA USA

USDA United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Electronic News Service Bulletin Click on the Farm Service Agency Bulletin Link (pict.) below to view in official web page

Time To Divide Perennials

Divide Perennials

By Les Harrison Photos from ‘Jenks Farmer, Plantsman’ Fall is the best time to divide some clumping perennials such as Daylilies, Stokes Asters, and Crinums.  These plants, like so many others, are dormant during this time of year… Read More