With the current pandemic of COVID-19, everyone’s priority is to stay safe and healthy. This can be seen through our current social distancing and self-quarantine in our homes. We are not sure when this shall pass, but we… Read More
National Ag Week is from March 22-28, 2020. This year’s theme is “Ag Brings Everybody to the Table”. More people are staying home and spending time with family right now so this theme resonates with the times. Here… Read More
In the time of COVID-19, plants still get sick, and the soil that nourishes them needs care. The health of plants and soil is critical to agriculture, an industry designated an essential service in response to the pandemic…. Read More
We are in the part of the year when we do not receive much rainfall and for many homeowners, watering is a way of life. We are experiencing temperatures in the 80s which means without rainfall, the landscape… Read More
It is quite evident that spring is around the corner. Walking around my neighborhood I see people starting to clean their flower gardens and pulling weeds from their lawns. Weekly, I receive many questions on when to do… Read More
In Florida, the most valuable sector of aquaculture is providing ornamental fish, plants and invertebrates for the aquarium industry. About 90 percent of freshwater ornamental fish are produced in captivity however only a few marine species are currently… Read More
With a national shortage of toilet paper, people are purchasing “flushable” wipes instead. Are these “flushable” wipes flushable or not?
This week is the last full week and weekend of Florida’s 2019-2020 spiny lobster season! Grab your bugs while the season is still open.
By: Jarred Shellhouse, 352-273-2599, email@example.com Media contact: Samantha Murray, 949-735-1076, firstname.lastname@example.org University of Florida agricultural education and communication graduate students will connect students in pre-K through high school and their families with university water scientists in an upcoming… Read More
The 9 Principles of Florida-Friendly Landscaping (FFL) can help protect our water, create beautiful neighborhoods, and support awesome wildlife! The FFL Program is all about: putting the “right plants” in the “right place” giving them the right care… Read More