by Les Harrison
There are certain sounds which cannot be ignored. They convey an immediate message which calls the listener to be alert and prepared.
These noises, even here in the Florida panhandle, are uniquely distinct and are not likely ... READ MORE
By, Dr. Edward 'Gilly' Evans
Interim Center Director & Professor, TREC
Please join us in congratulating Ana Vargas, who just received the UF Superior Accomplishment Award in the Scientific/Technical Category at the University level!!!
Last ... READ MORE
Weather-related information is essential to Florida’s agricultural producers for making important decisions regarding the use of water for irrigation and cold protection. Since the mid 1990’s, The Florida Automated Weather Network (FAWN) ... READ MORE
by Les Harrison
“If once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he comes to think little of robbing,” so said English essayist Thomas Penson De Quincey. This early 19th century writer and social commentator published extensively on ... READ MORE
Dr. Liz Felter began her journey in horticulture at a time when university professors didn’t know if it was appropriate for women to learn how to use a chainsaw or front-end loader tractor.
Needless to say, a lot has changed since the 1970s.
Felter ... READ MORE
Color Hiding in Your Landscape
With Spring 2018 barely out of the starting gate, all kinds of plants are sprouting and producing blooms. This week’s last gasp of winter temperatures slowed the progress, but only slightly.
Much like the ... READ MORE