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Tag: Master Gardener

EDIBLES FOR YOUR LANDSCAPE: GROWING BACKYARD PRODUCE WITH FLORIDA-FRIENDLY LANDSCAPING

A. Marek and M. Bailey, UF/IFAS Extension Service Marion County, Ocala, FL Situation: Over the years, the UF/IFAS Marion County Extension Florida-Friendly Landscaping and Sustainable Agriculture Agents have been contacted by local homeowners and landowners inquiring about low-maintenance,… Read More

ADAPTING TO A PANDEMIC: HYBRID-STYLE MASTER GARDENER VOLUNTEER TRAINING

T. Freeman, UF/IFAS Extension St. Johns County, St. Augustine, FL Situation: St. Johns County Horticulture Agent annually offers an intensive Master Gardener Volunteer (MGV) training program designed to educate and empower volunteers to assist agent with providing research-based… Read More

FROM IN-PERSON TO VIRTUAL: TAKING FLORIDA-FRIENDLY ONLINE

T. McIntyre, UF/IFAS Extension, Seminole County, Sanford, FL. Situation: Regarding water quantity, The Central Water Initiative predicts a deficiency of 250 million gallons per day in the projected water supply for Central Florida by 2035. From a water… Read More

CULTIVATING RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH SHARED LEARNING WITH THE VICTORY2020 GARDEN BOOK CLUB

T. Silvasy, UF/IFAS Extension Orange County, M. Iyer, Center for Land Use Efficiency, E. Harlow, UF/IFAS Extension Colombia County, M. Hunter, UF/IFAS Extension Marion County, W. Wilber, Center for Land Use Efficiency. Situation: Interest in gardening skyrocketed as… Read More

What does frost and freeze damage look like?

There were quite a few cold nights during January and February this year and many of our landscape plants suffered frost and/or freeze damage. But what does that look like and what should you do about it? Frost… Read More

Growing food in your landscape

Don’t go hungry Food glorious food. It grows on trees. Really, also on bushes and shrubs and even ground covers. Going hungry doesn’t seem like an option when you can grow food.  Growing food in your yard seems… Read More