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Cattails are common in Wakulla marshes

Cattails

By Les Harrison Swaying Cattails Cats are common in Florida.  The domestic version of this multi-color and variable size species is a popular choice as a low maintenance pet. A native aquatic plant curiously named… Read More

Barn Bugs

destructive barn bugs

By: Les Harrison Destructive Barn Bugs By August’s languid days, farmers and farm workers in north Florida have done battle with an almost endless array of destructive barn bugs in fields and pastures. Thrips, aphids,… Read More

4-H Poultry Show – Register by Nov. 1, 2018

Registration Application The Wakulla County 4-H program is proud to announce the 1st Annual Wakulla Winter Classic 4-H Poultry Show. This contest will take place on December 8th, 2018. The deadline to register is November… Read More

Crabgrass Is Lawn Pest And Livestock Forage

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director Sometime taking the low road can have some real advantages. Granted, flying under the radar or being a bottom feeder does have certain negative implications when it comes… Read More

Upcoming Dialogue with FL Panhandle Shellfish Growers

For those who may be interested, there is an upcoming Dialogue with Florida Panhandle Shellfish Growers: Tuesday, April 12, 2016 4:00—6:00 PM Florida State University  Coastal and Marine Lab Auditorium 3618 Coastal Highway 98  St. Teresa, Florida… Read More

Visit Our New Feature “Poultry Information: Feathered Facts

Raising a small, backyard chicken flock has gained interest in recent years as many small-farm owners desire to produce their own high-quality food. In addition, having fresh eggs makes it even more desirable.  Click here…….. Read More