Growers want to produce wildlife-friendly plants, and consumers want to buy them, at least in theory, new University of Florida research shows.
While consumers say they’re eager to purchase wildlife-friendly plants, some aren’t sure they ... READ MORE
In the year since Hurricane Ian unleashed its fury on Southwest Florida, UF/IFAS Extension agents have helped communities in their long road to recovery.
Left in the path of the hurricane’s 150 mph winds and flooding rain: damaged crops, ... READ MORE
Consumers want to buy plants that enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship with fauna in their landscapes, preliminary University of Florida research shows. To help meet consumer demand, UF/IFAS researchers want to assure consumers that those ... READ MORE
Productivity in natural systems refers to the amount of biomass produced by living organisms over a given period of time. Estuaries are one of the most productive ecosystems on earth, and freshwater inflows are the single most important determinant ... READ MORE
Even though Florida is in its rainy season, lasting from May until October, the South Florida Water Management District reports that May and June rainfall totals are well below average across most of South Florida. District weather records show ... 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