A new study applied calcium peroxide and magnesium peroxide to flooded snap bean plants and tested the productivity of different solid oxygen fertilizer rates.
The flooded plants that received either peroxide application grew taller and ... READ MORE
Winter months can be tricky when it comes to feeding your pregnant or lactating beef cows in Florida. The changing day length, and weather patterns limit grazing options in farms that rely on summer perennial grasses. In Florida summer grasses ... READ MORE
Exploring alternative agricultural uses for your property can be challenging, especially when dealing with plant disease in crop and ornamental production. Often, we get calls from citizens that are acquiring or have acquired land and are unsure ... READ MORE
Perhaps the most common source of plant problems will be in the form of plant pathogens that cause diseases. In the vast majority of cases plant diseases cannot be readily cured, rather they must be prevented. In order to prevent these problems ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Mangos make for a tasty, nutritious snack or side dish. To help meet consumer demand for more flavorful mangos without grit or fibrous flesh, University of Florida scientists will try to identify superior varieties so mango ... READ MORE
A weed is simply a plant growing where it is not welcome. Weeds can cause a decline in the aesthetic quality of a lawn or they might severely damage the yield potential of an economically important crop. Some weeds may even pose a health risk ... READ MORE
Written by Lee Ashe-Wallace, UF/IFAS Clay County Master Gardener
Have you ever wanted to grow your own food but thought you didn’t have enough space where you live? Growing your crops in containers just might be the answer.
If you have ... READ MORE