While you may find some of these creatures spooky, biological control agents are not so scary after all. Biological control agents include insects, fish, or pathogens that target a specific invasive plant and increase the competitive advantage ... READ MORE
The UF/IFAS Extension St. Lucie County in conjunction with the Palm Beach County Library Royal Palm Beach Branch Children and Teens Department conducted an informative Zoom presentation entitled "Animals That Make Us Shiver - Bats Get a Bat ... READ MORE
Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project?
For many families that have a child with certain food allergies, the scariest part about Halloween is making sure their child does not ingest candy with the allergen. Common allergens, such as nuts ... READ MORE
For UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) alumnus Chad Gainey, Halloween is not only just his favorite holiday, it’s a chance to showcase his spooktacular pumpkin carvings on the hit ... READ MORE
By Katie Ray, UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants (CAIP) Intern
Happy Halloween from UF/IFAS CAIP! To celebrate the scariest day of the year, we have gathered up five of the spookiest invasive plants haunting around the state of ... READ MORE
October is the month that most of us seek out pumpkins for our festive dishes and decor. Fortunately, there are so many to choose from. Pumpkin colors ranging from Orange, red, green, pink, blue and white are all the rage but are you aware ... READ MORE
Fall is such a wonderful season for colorful falling leaves, hay rides, carved jack-o’-lanterns, Halloween costumes, pumpkin flavored foods, autumn gatherings, and pumpkin patches!
Pumpkin carving is one the best Halloween activities families ... READ MORE
Save all fear for the haunted house, it is possible to have a Halloween that will meet the approval of your children and also your their doctor.
Sixteen percent of children’s total calories comes from added sugar, according to data from the ... READ MORE
Fall isn't fall until you have eaten your first piece of pumpkin pie. Pumpkins are enjoyed by many people, never knowing how they originally got their start in traditional America.
The word pumpkin originated from the Greek work ... READ MORE