Category: Invasive Species

Prickly Invaders: Tropical Soda Apple and Spurweed

Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director Though tropical soda apple may sound like an exotic, fizzy drink, it is a conqueror of yards and gardens. Those little melon-like fruits may look cute, but the menacing… Read More

Tropical Soda Apple and Spurweed

Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director Though tropical soda apple may sound like an exotic, fizzy drink, it is a conqueror of yards and gardens. Those little melon-like fruits may look cute, but the menacing… Read More

Invasive Plant Workshop – Today!

We are excited to offer a two-hour workshop on invasive plants in Wakulla County. This event will take place today, Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. The slide show above features some of the plants to be… Read More

Invasive Plant Workshop

We are excited to offer a two-hour workshop on invasive plants in Wakulla County. This event will take place tomorrow, Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. The slide show above features some of the plants to be… Read More

Begger’s Lice and Other Hitchhiking Weeds

Hitchhiking was once a common means of low cost transportation.  A person would walk to the nearest road and hold out their left fist with the thumb pointed up while attempting to make eye contact with drivers. In… Read More

Air Potatoes – Exotic Pest

Science fiction has a lot of entertainment value.  Imaginative authors are able to take a collection of improbable characteristics and encapsulate them in one being, then place the subject in a foreign location. Contact with the indigenous residents… Read More