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Florida 4-H surpasses Giving Day goal

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Written by Benjamin Wolking, Florida 4-H State Council Treasurer Yesterday, February 18th, was UF and Florida 4-H giving day. Throughout the day, youth members, adult volunteers, family, friends, and those wanting to help the Florida… Read More

Virtual Water Ambassador Webinar Series is Back!

The Water Ambassador lunch and learn webinar series is back for 2021! Join UF/IFAS Extension for the Virtual Water Ambassador lunch and learn webinar series. The Water Ambassador Program is an educational partnership between Martin… Read More

Henry Davis: Honoring a legacy of service

UPDATE: On December 4 the University of Florida Board of Trustees approved the naming of The Henry and Nell Davis Pavilion at 4-H Camp Cherry Lake in Madison, FL. Henry P. Davis embodied the 4-H… Read More

Water Ambassador Webinar Series

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The Martin County Water Ambassador program is partnership program between  Martin County and UF/IFAS Extension that educates, unites, and empowers residents that have an interest in protecting local waterways and giving back to their communities…. Read More

Irrigation Scheduling and Soil Moisture Sensors in Cold Hardy Citrus

Soil moisture sensors are an incredibly valuable tool that can be used to make informed irrigation decisions. Soil moisture sensors are even more valuable when combined with an irrigation schedule. For Cold Hardy Citrus, there… Read More

MANAGING NUTRIENTS IN A WILD & SCENIC RIVER BASIN: PROVOKING BEHAVIOR CHANGE IN RESIDENTIAL FERTILIZER USERS

T. McIntyre, MS, CEP, University of Florida IFAS Extension Seminole County, Sanford, FL, USA and Dr. T. Fullerton University of Florida IFAS extension Seminole county, Sanford, FL, USA Situation: Seminole County (SC) is home to… Read More

CREATIVE COLLABORATION BRINGS MULTIPLE IMPACTS TO CLIENTS

Tiare Silvasy, Virgilia Zabala, John Roberts UF/IFAS Extension Orange County, 6021 S. Conway Rd. Orlando, FL 32812 Situation: Extension programs that utilize a systems approach by combining horticulture and physical well-being can multiply impacts per… Read More

IMPROVING FUNCTIONAL FITNESS AND REDUCING RISK OF SARCOPENIA IN OLDER ADULTS.

W. Lynch, UF/IFAS Extension, Putnam County, East Palatka, FL. Situation: Florida’s 65 and older population is 19.9%[1] and is estimated to reach 32.5% by 2030 [22] ; 23.2% of Putnam[33] County residents are ages 65… Read More

TO COMPARE SOIL MOISTURE SENSORS USE VS ROUTING WATERING SCHEDULE ON SOD FARMS

Grantly Ricketts, UF/IFAS Extension, Osceola County, Kissimmee FL. Objective: To reduce water use by 10% on sod farms. Situation: Sod production increased in Osceola County each year. According to Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer… Read More