Turfgrass remains a popular groundcover for most home landscapes. Perennial peanut offers potential as a turfgrass companion in North Florida. Learn the pros and cons of using perennial peanut with existing turfgrass with UF IFAS Extension Escambia ... READ MORE
Having a quality turf or plant sample is important to help us at UF IFAS Extension diagnosis a problem or identify a plant. Learn how to collect a sample of both turf and plant material if you will be bringing a sample to your local UF IFAS ... READ MORE
The second Gardening in the Panhandle Live is on Thursday, March 11. The topic will be spring vegetable gardening. You may register for the Zoom session and submit a question to be covered by the panelists. The session will be be hosted on ... READ MORE
During these unusual times, the Gardening in the Panhandle Team has been working to bring you quality remote content through this online newsletter. In that vein, we have developed some new educational programming for our loyal readers.
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As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
Please call your local UF/IFAS Extension office ... READ MORE
Even though it is the end of the season for summer weeds, homeowners still have questions about management of mature weeds in the lawn and beds. Learn about one of our most common weed issues and how to best manage chamberbitter using several ... READ MORE
An attractive lawn is an enhancement for the landscape but starting too early with care in North Florida can cause serious issues for turf health and the environment. Even though our area experienced warmer temperatures in February, there are ... READ MORE
We are now accepting applications for the 2018 Master Gardener Volunteer Training program. If you are interested in learning about gardening and serving the community, please request an application packet by calling 475-5230 or emailing email@example.com READ MORE
Homeowners with St. Augustinegrass and Zoysiagrass are starting to see tiny tan moths erratically flying over the lawn. These moths will rest in turf and other groundcovers and fly up when disturbed. They are not strong flyers so they tend ... READ MORE