Heather Kalaman is a current doctoral student at UF, where she also obtained her master's degree in Environmental Horticulture. Her primary focus is on sustainable landscaping practices and is incredibly enthusiastic about all things plant, fungal, and insect related.
Posts by Heather Kalaman:
- New hope in the fight against tick-borne diseases
- The golden rain tree (Koelreuteria elegans ssp. formosana): more foe than friend.
- Giant African Land Snail Eradicated in Florida
- Cactus moth (Cactoblastis cactorum) and implications for native Opuntia
- Citrus black spot: Expansion of quarantine areas in south Florida
- Sinomegoura citricola recently discovered on Florida mango
- Ambrosia beetles as stressors of woody ornamentals
- Brazilian peppertree (Schinus terebinthifolia) – ongoing biocontrol efforts.
- A bother on boxwood (Buxus spp.)
- Watermelon Woes: Common Diseases and Management Resources