GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- An official with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will speak about global food security April 19 at Carleton Auditorium on the University of Florida campus.
Gregory C. Gottlieb, senior deputy ... READ MORE
Certainly the rain that fell late this winter has helped replenish the ground water and has refilled ponds that have been dry or nearly dry for some time. For the first time in months, the Florida Panhandle has moved out of the severe drought ... READ MORE
Diagnosing Herbicide Injury in Cotton (SSAGR358/AG367)
UF/IFAS just released a new fact sheet to help farmers diagnose herbicide injury in cotton. This 10-page fact sheet aids in the diagnosis of herbicide injury by providing pictures and ... READ MORE
Recent scientific research by Atmospheric and Environmental Research, a Verisk Analytics company suggests the reason that February is turning cold in Florida relates to snowfall in Siberia last October.
No one is really sure how this works ... READ MORE
Recent scientific research by Atmospheric and Environmental Research, a Verisk Analytics company suggests the reason that February is turning cold in Florida relates to snowfall in Siberia last October. (more…) READ MORE
Peanut growers in the tri-states area will have the opportunity to see the latest advances in peanut planting, harvesting and other related equipment at the Alabama/Florida Peanut Trade Show, which will be held at the Peanut Festival Fairgrounds ... READ MORE
Farmers know that education is the cornerstone of any successful community. Monsanto has designated grant funds to help School Districts in agricultural areas improve math and science education.
Farmers in Jackson and Palm Beach County, Florida, ... READ MORE