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Category: Farm Management

Keeping Your Workplace Safe During the Pandemic: Tips for Employers

Keeping workplaces safe during the pandemic takes a cooperative effort between employers and employees.  Both need accurate, current information on precautions to keep themselves and others from being exposed to COVID-19.  Here are a few key actions and… Read More

Protect Yourself from COVID-19: Tips for Employees

Keeping workplaces safe during the pandemic takes a cooperative effort between employers and employees.  Both need accurate, current information on precautions to keep themselves and others from being exposed to COVID-19.  Here are a few key actions and… Read More

Actualizacion Sobre el COVID-19 o Coronavirus

Me complace presentarle a la Dra. Mary Ann Cabrera, Director Médico, Departamento de Salud de la Florida, Condados de Martin y Okeechobee. Médico de Salud Pública con más de 25 años de experiencia en Colombia y Estados Unidos…. Read More

UF/IFAS researchers examine plant litter decomposition in grazing land

The sustainability of grazing land depends on several factors, including nutrient cycling from short-term and long-term plant litter decomposition. The plant material that falls to the ground decomposes at different rates. Plant characteristics, such as the carbon (C)… Read More

What does the Clean Waterways Act mean for Florida’s agricultural producers?

What is the Clean Waterways Act? On June 30, the Clean Waterways Act, Senate Bill (SB) 712, was signed into law. The intention of this act is to aid in water conservation and protect water quality in Florida…. Read More

UF research: Recycle phosphorus before it goes into public waters – and save millions

IMMOKALEE, Fla. — Recycle phosphorus while it’s still on the farm, and you can help prevent the nutrient from flowing downstream — where it could pollute water bodies — says a University of Florida scientist. Reusing phosphorus using… Read More

2018 Farm Bill Programs

Do you farm or ranch and want to make improvements to the land that you own or lease? The 2018 Farm Bill, enacted December 20, 2018, includes many programs to support conservation efforts for farmers and ranchers across the… Read More

Sixth-generation farmer uses best management practices to take care of land

By Kelly Aue LIVE OAK, Fla. — As a sixth-generation farmer in Columbia County, Matt Dicks uses Agricultural Best Management Practices (BMPs) to manage his family’s farm, Price Creek Cattle Company. “For farmers to stay in business, they… Read More

UF/IFAS engineer earns national honor for work in microirrigation

With his compact-bed geometry design, Sanjay Shukla has helped farmers around the world save on water, fertilizer and money. In Shukla’s design, taller, narrower beds of soil replace shorter, wider ones. Current beds tend to be 3-feet wide… Read More

Keeping Farm & Landscape Workers Safe: Information Employers Need to Share with Employees

This blog is part of a series focused on keeping agricultural and green industry employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Other blogs in the series cover steps employers can take to protect employees and what to do if… Read More