By Christine Kelly-Begazo, Indian River County Agriculture Extension Agent and Josh Kutyna, Extension office Program Assistant
As most of us know by now, Indian River County has enacted a fertilization ban which runs from June 1st - September ... READ MORE
Before ficus whitefly, this community was surrounded by a wall of Ficus benjamina.
Same hedge, about 6 years after ficus whitefly invasion. Dr. Muhammed Z. Ahmed and Collier County MG Tatiana Burhart evaluate the hedge's failure.
Ficus ... READ MORE
When tropical systems threaten you, what should you do? Preparation in the landscape can be key to protect your investment in your property and personal safety during hurricane season.
Prepare Well in Advance
One key idea to preparing ... READ MORE
University of Florida Turf Breeder, Dr. Kevin Kenworthy will be releasing a new St. Augustinegrass cultivar called CitraBlue. CitraBlue will be a great addition to the warm season turf selection we have in the southeast. By the way, it is a ... READ MORE
Create Your Own Wildflower Oasis For The Pollinators
UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Office invites you to pick up a FREE copy, (2 per household) of the beautiful full color "20 Easy-To-Grow Wildflowers" magazine
produced ... READ MORE
It is a fact that more than 99% of insects are of benefits to our existence. This means that we need to identify and protect those that make our lives better. Let’s get it straight! Not all critters are insects. All insects have six legs. ... READ MORE
October can be a busy month in the garden and temperatures cool and you actually want to be outside. Your lawn will begin to grow slower, so not fertilizing and limiting your irrigation if we stay wet can be key. You can even start to slow ... READ MORE