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Category: Agriculture

Still Time Left for Treats

This is the last weekend of our fall special CEU sale. Get your CEU’s while you still Can. There is Still Time Left for Treats, even if your Halloween candy is all gone. We have just renewed several… Read More

Protecting pollinators around the backyard

We have all read how important pollinators are to an ecosystem. We have also heard of all the causes for the decline of several species, but maybe we haven’t sat down to think of what we can do… Read More

Moving Water from the Roots to the Top, How Is This Possible?

Water is the most limiting abiotic (non-living) factor to plant growth and productivity, therefore, plants have developed an effective system to absorb, translocate, store, and utilize water. For example, some large rainforest trees can use nearly 1,200 litters… Read More

Peters’s Rock Agama on the Treasure Coast – Presentation November 10, 2021

The UF/IFAS Extension St Lucie County in conjunction with the St. Lucie County Paula Lewis Library will be conducting a lunch and learn presentation entitled “Peters’s Rock Agama on the Treasure Coast” on November 10, 2021 from Noon… Read More

Citrus growers can get answers to their questions about growing citrus in the HLB-era at upcoming UF/IFAS CREC open house

LAKE ALFRED, Fla. — Citrus growers can get answers to some of the most pressing questions about successfully and safely growing citrus in the HLB-era at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Citrus Research… Read More

Soil and Water Sciences Department hosts two students from Zamorano University

When their university offered them a chance to study in the United States for a semester, Fabrizio Pilco and Manuel Cornejo jumped at the opportunity. The two Zamorano University undergraduates studying agricultural science from Ecuador are part of… Read More