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For the Record: Livestock Record Book Help Guide Series


February 4, 2021

With the excitement of fair right around the corner, comes the reality of preparation. Youth are starting to work with their animals more frequently, gather their show supplies, and put the final touches on their record books. Record books are ... READ MORE

Category: 4-H & Youth
Tags: 4-H, Beef Breeding, Goat, Horses, Lee County, Lee County 4-H, Livestock Project, Market Animal, Small Animal, Southwest FL Fair

Florida-Friendly Gardening Therapy


January 27, 2021

For a while, I was OK with COVID. Not happy, but you could say “average.” After almost a year of this pandemic, like most folks, COVID fatigue has set in for me. When the pandemic struck, I needed to find something I could control. With ... READ MORE

Category: Florida-Friendly Landscaping, Home Landscapes, Home Management, Horticulture, Lawn, Turf, UF/IFAS
Tags: Drought Tolerant, Featured, FFL, Florida Yard, Florida-Friendly Landscaping, Florida-Friendly Plants, Garden Therapy, Jennifer Hagen, Landscape Design, Lee County, Native Landscaping, Pollinators, Right Place, Right Plant, Sustainable Landscaping, UF-IFAS, Water Efficiency, Wellness
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Q and A: I have a gardenia bush that is steadily going downhill. How should I care for this plant to bring it back to health?


January 24, 2019

Question: I have a gardenia bush that is steadily going downhill. It has only a few leaves, lots of strange growth on the branches, and most of the leaves have a green center and yellow edges. I’ve included three photos for you to look at. ... READ MORE

Category: Home Landscapes, Horticulture
Tags: Gardenia, Lee County, Lichen, Magnesium Deficient, Mulch, Prune, Stephen Brown

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