Are you frustrated that with all the energy and money devoted to your yard, you still have patchy turfgrass or weed spots? Or you are spending too much money to keep your grass green? Did you know... it all starts with irrigation!
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Summer rains bring different kinds of fungi, some are bad and some are harmless. Water carries disease, so proper landscape care is needed to help keep your beloved plants healthy.
Suddenly appearing throughout your landscape and ... READ MORE
Benefits of Gardening During Covid-19
This week's Virtual Plant Clinic topic is facilitated by Joanne Mason, Master Gardener Volunteer for UF/IFAS Extension Flagler County, RN, MS. We encourage you to attend our Thursday Plant Clinic ... READ MORE
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.
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A common question that UF IFAS Extension Services answers for residents of Flagler is, what is causing a black, soot like substance to accumulate on plant leaves. To get to the answer it may be helpful to look at the situation as a plant detective. ... READ MORE
Pine Tree Decline is a Common Issue
The UF/IFAS Flagler County Extension Service receives at least three calls a week concerning the health of declining pine trees. What is killing these trees? The answer is a little more complicated than it ... READ MORE
Florida’s tropical climate is the perfect environment for introduced exotic organisms from around the world to thrive. The term exotic means native to somewhere else. Exotic reptiles such as the giant alligator swallowing pythons tend to get ... READ MORE
The first day of summer was June 21, which also happens to be the longest day of the year. The weather has been oppressively hot and humid. Scattered thundershowers have become an almost daily occurrence, creating less time to tackle the weekly ... READ MORE
Peppers come in an infinite array of colors and heat intensities. From the sweet and mild Bell Pepper, to the, “I need to go to a hospital from my mouth and throat being scorched,” ghost pepper. I personally like to grow them for both novelty ... READ MORE