Durante mayo y junio fueron publicados cuatro interesantes temas en español en AskIfas. A continuación, un breve resumen de cada uno con el link directo a su versión web para ampliar la lectura, con su respectivo formato PDF para descargar ... READ MORE
Like to color but bored with mainstream coloring books lately with their vapid, merely decorative fare? Had it up to here with hosts and crowds of lovely daffodils and anodyne woodland scenes that look like something out of The Lord of the Rings? ... READ MORE
You may have seen the reports. A huge patch of Sargassum (which is seaweed) is bobbing around out in the ocean getting closer and closer to Florida. Reporting has been nothing short of apocalyptic, and people, especially people who live ... READ MORE
It's not uncommon in Florida in the springtime to stumble across some harried animal mother's lost child. Like Ashley, here.
You may be tempted to intervene and help, especially if the youngster seems to be in distress. The rule with ... READ MORE
Are you bored with the usual tired Valentine's options like boxed bonbons and odorless hothouse flowers? This year seek out some unique, Florida-centric Valentines fun!
For an extravagant, supremely romantic (yet not too expensive) gift, ... READ MORE
What is that!?
Wondering about the green caterpillar you found nestled in your broccoli or the manylegged creature crawling up your pants leg? Learn all about it in the Featured Creatures collection on Ask IFAS!
Creatures with Stories
UF/IFAS's ... READ MORE
An arbovirus...? What's that?
West Nile virus is one of many arboviruses in Florida. "Arbovirus" may sound like it must be related to the Latin word for tree: arbor. So it might seem like it should mean a virus that infects trees. In fact, ... READ MORE
New Ask IFAS publications explore the effects of Florida’s popular artificial reefs on habitats, fishing stocks, and economies
Several Ask IFAS publications explore the complex interplay between fish, anglers, divers, and the Florida environment ... READ MORE
Many people know that bees are the “essential workers” that keep plants in our yards, gardens, and farms healthy, beautiful, and productive. But what about bees in the wild? A new Ask IFAS publication ("Bees and Fire: How does Fire in Longleaf ... READ MORE
Ah, warm weather. Stunning biodiversity. Idyllic spots for basking. These are a few iconic aspects of life in Florida.
Unfortunately, so are hurricanes.
These large storms and their effects are sometimes taken for granted. Weather-related ... READ MORE