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View of Pollinators

Outside my office window is a large bush dappled in diminutive dangling white flowers.  And butterflies!  This Duranta ‘Alba’, or “Golden-Dew-Drop”, is so distracting that I find myself frequently glancing at the antics of its beautiful insect visitors. … Read More

Voluntario de 4-H recibe reconocimiento por su dedicación y servicios de innovación

Read this story in English Por Lourdes Rodriguez, 954-242-8439, rodriguezl@ufl.edu y Samantha Murray, 949-735-1076, grenrosa@ufl.edu La carrera de Sandy Hernández como Voluntario 4-H comenzó con un pequeño gesto de amabilidad hace más de veinte años. Conocido como “Mr…. Read More

From Participants to Counselors: Three CALS Students Return to the Florida Youth Institute

Each year, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) hosts a week-long summer program for high-school students to learn about food insecurity on a local and global scale, experience Florida agriculture and natural resources, and share ideas… Read More

EDIS Update: A Beginner’s Guide to Begonias- Classification and Diversity

The begonia is the fifth largest genus of flowering plants and often used in hanging baskets, flowerpots and garden beds, in addition to landscapes. This EDIS publication breaks down the basics of begonias such as their classification and… Read More