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The Garden Awaits: April Gardening in Alachua County

April is Almost Here Bees are buzzing, flowers blooming, and many plants are awaking from their winter-time slumber. Although many of us are cooped-up and getting a little stir-crazy, the garden awaits. Gardening is one of our most… Read More

How to Take a Good Plant Sample

One of the great benefits of working with UF/IFAS Extension is that local experts are working in every county in Florida using science to solve problems, especially those related to lawns and landscapes! These experts are known as… Read More

Trees are subject to infection from other trees

Article Written By: Les Harrison With all the current information of contagious diseases, it is important to remember humans are not the only susceptible species in Wakulla County.  Whether slow or fast, the results can be tragic for… Read More

March 18, 2020 – Landscaping for Birds and Butterflies Webinar

This informative webinar entitled “Landscaping for Birds and Butterflies” was intended to support the Florida Master Gardener continuing education program.  Participants will learn about some of the common vocabulary terms used by botanists and ecologists and then learn… Read More

Growing the Master Gardener program

UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County thanks the first volunteer of the month for 2020 and selects Deborah Morgan for January. Deborah is a graduate of the Sarasota County Master Gardener Volunteer program in 2018 and has been an excellent… Read More

The Wakulla Gardener March/April 2020 Newsletter

If you have any questions or suggestions for future articles please email to wakullamg@ifas.ufl.edu Follow Us Follow Us       The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is an Equal Opportunity Institution authorized to provide research, educational… Read More

Florida’s Natural Melody: Landscape Patterns and Stream Health

Florida’s Natural Melody Have you ever gone paddling on a local spring run or river and sat silently listening to the wind, bird songs, rustling leaves, or lapping sounds of water along the bank-especially in the early morning?… Read More

Each new Floridian gives UF/IFAS a chance to teach water conservation

About 900 residents move to Florida each day, and each person represents an opportunity to teach how to better conserve water as they plant and maintain their landscape, say UF/IFAS researchers. The latest annual survey of 3,596 Florida… Read More

Water Quality Degradation

  Ask Master Gardener Volunteer Dan Dobbins         Florida water resources Florida, arguably has more water resources than any other state in the nation. However, they are not limitless and its’ large and continually growing… Read More