Or why average rainfall records do not fully relay the ups and downs of rainy season (nor dry season).
As I sit writing this blog we are soaked in rain from a brush with Ian. This rainfall event and the past 10 days of rainy weather have ... READ MORE
1. Agriculture Industry Town Hall at UF/IFAS Extension for Oriental Fruit Fly Program with Commissioner of Agriculture
Commissioner Putnam understands how crucial the eradication efforts are to those in the agriculture industry. He invites ... READ MORE
The purpose of Operation Cleansweep is to offer a safe, convenient, and cost effective mechanism for agricultural operations, golf courses, and pest control companies to properly dispose of canceled, suspended, and unusable pesticides (CSUP).
WHO ... READ MORE
Downy mildew, a disease known to damage dozens of plant species in Florida, has now been found on purple velvet plants in South Florida, UF/IFAS scientists say.
Purple velvet plants are popularly used for foliage and cut flowers, said Aaron ... READ MORE
It is Bug Week in UF (University of Florida) and I would like to share this featured story with you of good bugs (biological control agents) working to help us against a well known pest for Miami-Dade residents: Rugose spiraling whitefly.
GAINESVILLE, ... READ MORE
University of Florida (UF/IFAS) Extension –Miami-Dade County and FNGLA can help!
We want to help your nursery succeed.
Most plant nurseries do not know how much herbicide they are applying. University of Florida Miami-Dade County Extension ... READ MORE
NCAT’s Gulf States office, in partnership with Quality Certification Services (QCS) of Gainesville, Florida, is offering a series of workshops about organic certification for producers in the Gulf States region. Three workshops are slated ... READ MORE