Construction of the University of Florida Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory Building is nearly finished! Scheduled to open August 2018, the Bee Lab will be the premier honey bee ... READ MORE
The muscadine grape was the first native grape species to be cultivated in North America. They are delicious eaten fresh, and are a popular grape in Florida wines. Although muscadine grapes have seeds, and thicker skins than common table grapes, ... READ MORE
UF/IFAS Extension in Suwannee County will be hosting a multi-county Pre-Harvest Field Demonstration and a Peanut Trade Show.
August 21, 2018
The Event starts at 4:00 pm. An optional core pesticide training with CEU's available will ... READ MORE
As a volunteer Master Gardener, Charlie Reynolds wrote a weekly article for our local paper, called Growing Pains. Like everything he did, it was a labor of love. During his time as a Master Gardener volunteer he wrote at least 80 horticulture ... READ MORE
As an undergraduate, Walter Oliver Ac Pangán wrote a business plan to export fine cocoa from northern Guatemala, a venture that could boost his nation’s economy. As an intern with the University of Minnesota, he performed a case study of ... READ MORE
It's mango season and it's also the perfect time to learn how to grow tropical fruit trees in Southwest Florida. Join the UF/IFAS Extension Collier county team for a half-day workshop to learn how to grow Citrus-Alternative Fruit Trees, ... READ MORE
Can producers use 2,4-D Amine in Pensacola Bahia fields used for seed protection?
Producers use 2,4-D Amine to control annual, simple perennial. and creeping perennial broadleaf weeds in grass crops (small grains, turf, forage, corn, sorghum, ... READ MORE
From a new hops and grape-filled demonstration garden to an active social media and website, Central Florida Ferns is taking steps to understand its market and try new plant products.
Established in 1990, Ray and Kathy Roberts started Central ... READ MORE