Valentine’s Day is near and love is the air. For many, February 14th is the one day we set aside to celebrate love and the relationships in our lives.
A lot of us celebrate that love through our wallets. U.S. consumers are predicted to ... READ MORE
Life is a series of expectations, milestones, and numbers. It can be quite the balancing act, even in stable circumstances. People are expected to follow a certain timeline when it comes to learning how to drive, finding a job, graduating, and ... READ MORE
UF/IFAS Extension Osceola County Master Gardeners will hold their annual Plant Market on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Osceola Heritage Park.
Stroll through our open-air market; join in on the free classes offered throughout ... READ MORE
Now that we made it 30 days past Christmas, you likely have received your latest credit card statement(s) with your holiday spending by now. If you are one of the 35% of Americans who took on holiday debt, you be may in financial stress. ... READ MORE
Socioeconomic inequalities are strongly correlated with inequalities in human health outcomes. The Covid-19 pandemic provided stark examples of how this happens both within countries and among countries. Richer nations were able to secure vaccines ... READ MORE
For years, 3D printers have become an increasingly useful technology for creating everything from rollercoaster models to houses. But what about printing food?
Adam Watson and Ziynet Boz, two UF/IFAS professors in the agricultural and biological ... READ MORE
In the old days, food was not as readily available as today. We've come a long way with grocery stores seemingly on every corner. It's hard to imagine how our great-grandparents and those that came before them survived without such conveniences. ... READ MORE
February is Pesticide Safety Education month. Whether using a conventional chemicals or biorational chemicals, understanding how to use the product safely is universal. No product is 100% safe. Remember they are used to control, prevent, ... READ MORE
Hydrilla, love it or hate it…you must respect it.
At the most basic level, all plants use sunlight to turn nutrients and carbon dioxide into growth. The simple fact is this: some plants grow faster because they are just better at doing ... READ MORE