Tag: insects

Honey Bees, are in the air!

The business of bees Honey Bees are everywhere in Highlands County. It’s that time of year when the bees are busy making honey. Because Highlands County produces so much citrus and citrus produces a heavy nectar flow, the… Read More

2019 Tri-State Cucurbit Workshop – February 5th

The 2019 Tri-State Cucurbit Workshop will provide the latest research information for commercial growers of watermelons, cantaloupe, squash, and cucumbers. A few installments will be refreshing growers about pesticide handling and safety. New cucurbit variety trial results will… Read More

Essential Mosquito Control Tips

Essential Mosquito Control Tips for Homeowners Click on picture below to view official flyer on Tips    

Fact Sheets: Lawns and Turfs | Anthacnose | Cerospora Leaf Spot | St Augustine Grass | Fairy Ring | Fertilization | Gray Leaf Spot | Nitrate Leaching | Rust | Pythium Root Rot | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension

Lawns/Turfs      Anthracnose     BMP for Home Lawns     Bugs in St. Augustinegrass      ‘Captiva’ St. Augustinegrass     Cercospora Leaf Spot    Disease Identification     Drought     Environmental Stresses and Your Florida Lawn     Establishing Your Lawn     Fairy Ring… Read More

Fact Sheets: Insects | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension

Insects     A Gallery of Florida Insects     Asian Citrus Psyllid    Bagworms on Palms     Banana Moth     Bark Psocid – coming soon     Black Thread Scale     Braconid Wasps     Brown Recluse Spider (pdf) – coming soon     Cactus Moth – coming soon     Chili… Read More

Natural Wakulla Fall Wildflower Festival and Plant Sale

By Les Harrison Natural Wakulla Fall Wildflower Festival and Plant Sale Saturday, September 22, 2018 9:00am – 1:00pm UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Office 84 Cedar Avenue Crawfordville, FL 32327   Les Harrison said, “Educational presentations will be offered… Read More

Will This Kill My Tree?

An up close view reveals dozens of hairy, inch long caterpillar, twitching within the fine webbing. Twigs, stems, skeletonized leaves and excrement were visible. Left alone, will these fall webworm kill our young pecan tree? Is this a… Read More