With the botanical name Psychotria nervosa you ask, “why put this plant in my yard?” The name translates “life” and “sinewy,” describing red berries that birds and small mammals eat and green shiny leaves with pronounced veins. ... READ MORE
Most of the world’s coffee is grown in tropical regions. However, a changing climate could allow coffee to grow farther north — for example, in Florida.
To understand how that might work, scientists with the University of Florida are ... READ MORE
By Ralph E. Mitchell
Coffee is a favorite beverage for much of the world. In addition to this attribute, coffee plants can also be considered ornamental and novel in regards to your backyard landscape. Small coffee seedlings are often grown ... READ MORE
Scientific Name: Coffea arabica var. arabica, C. arabica var. bourbon, and C. canephora and hybrids.
Common Names: Coffee derived from C. arabica types are commonly called arabica coffee, while C. canephora types are commonly ... READ MORE
Wakulla County, UF/IFAS FCS Agent III
What is Certified Coffee?
Recently I received information from two UF/IFAS Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Specialists who helped me clarify some of the information that is currently available ... READ MORE
In 2011, NSF International, an independent, not-for-profit organization, conducted a study with 22 families and analyzed 30 items in their homes. One item that disappointingly made NSF International’s list of the “Top Ten Germiest Places ... READ MORE