There are a couple of possibilities for gardeners who are looking for something a little different than the old favorite French hydrangea. If you want to make your neighbor’s and gardening friends envious, consider adding one of the following ... READ MORE
Although black or white streaks are shocking when they appear on an otherwise healthy lawn, the incidence of slime mold is rarely harmful.
Slime mold is actually caused by the reproductive structures of an array of different organisms, classified ... READ MORE
Many people are noticing small insects on trunks and branches of their trees. When disturbed, these insects move in a group and are commonly called tree cattle because of this herding habit. They are ¼ inch brownish-black insects with white ... READ MORE
Soil temperatures and weather conditions are becoming favorable for the development of fairy ring in the landscape.
Most commonly observed as a circular ring of mushroom growing on lawns and gardens, the ring of mushroom growth, termed “fairy ... READ MORE
Aquaponics is an exciting system where fish and plants grow in harmony. The aquaponic system can be a fun project for the home gardener but can also become a successful farming venture. Come and learn the basics of growing fish and plants together ... READ MORE
In recent weeks Spittlebugs have been found everywhere in the western parts of the panhandle. Spittlebugs are the little black and orange insects you find everywhere in early June. The adult spittlebug is about 1/4 inch long and has two ... READ MORE
If you are needing CEUs in some of the hard to find categories such as: Ag Row, Ag Tree, Aerial, Aquatic, Natural Areas, Right of Way and others, click on this to see an opportunity to earn 4 or more CEUs: FTGA IFAS CEU Day. The event will ... READ MORE
As of January 2014 all companies applying fertilizer, commercially “for hire”, will be required to hold a fertilizer applicators license. In order to obtain this license you must first become GI-BMP certified.
2014 isn’t that far away. ... READ MORE
Many different species of scale insect infect citrus in North Florida, and mid spring is usually when gardeners notice them on their fruit trees and ornamental shrubs. Many different species of scale affect Florida homeowners and ... READ MORE