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Hurricane Season: Plan, Prepare and Act - UF/IFAS Extension Orange County (ufl.edu)
El huracán “Ian” que nos dejó un rastro de destrucción a su paso por el suroeste de Florida, atrapó a residentes ... READ MORE
The holidays are upon us, and it's a time when we look to create memories and traditions for our children, loved ones, and friends. Sometimes these events and plans can get costly. One way to approach your holiday spending this year is to ... READ MORE
The Annual Orange County 4-H Poinsettia Sale is starting soon! 4-H Clubs will accept pre-orders for beautiful, floral quality poinsettias between October 1st and November 7th. Plants will arrive on December 1st and be delivered by youth club ... READ MORE
Citrus in Florida
Citrus is one of the most vital industries to Florida Agriculture. Unfortunately, over the past few decades, the citrus industry has battled many pests and pathogens that have taken its toll on production. While many new tools ... READ MORE
Honey bees are interesting creatures. It's no wonder mankind has been fascinated with them for centuries. Here are some things about honey bee anatomy that you may not have known.
You may be familiar with the honey bees compound eyes, ... READ MORE
Making healthy food choices is a challenge of willpower for many of us, but for others it simply isn’t an option. According to a USDA report, more than 38 million people in the U.S. experienced food insecurity in 2020. Food insecurity is defined ... READ MORE
It’s the Peanut Butter Challenge Time! Peanut Butter Challenge Time! Peanut Butter Challenge Time!
During the month of October, support people in need in your community and Florida’s peanut producers by generously donating to the Peanut ... READ MORE
Authored by Amanda Decker
UF/IFAS Extension Orange County Summer Intern
Graduating UF CALS December, 2022
B.S. Plant Science specialization in Plant Breeding and Genetics
Why Attract Pollinators?
Are you looking to beautify your ... READ MORE
No nitrogen or phosphorus fertilizers in Orange County landscapes 6/1 - 9/30 because too much of it ends up in our water.
The reason we have fertilizer regulation is because water quality is measured and managed, and pollution levels are ... READ MORE