Hey Pros! I know you are always looking to up your game. And practice makes perfect!
That saying holds true for golfers, superintendents, and other golf professionals alike. Now, you can up your game by taking the Best Management Practices ... READ MORE
In this webinar you will learn how to care for shorelines, lakefronts and ponds. We will cover species of beneficial plants. Learn about aquatic plants that live in the water and how to plant and maintain them. Presented by Tia Silvasy, Orange ... READ MORE
By Connie Gladding
January is the time to pick most of our citrus fruit from Navels, Satsumas, Key Limes, Grapefruit, etc. To be sure that your fruit is ready, pick a couple and taste
them. If they are nice and sweet, pick away, ... READ MORE
By Ralph E. Mitchell
I wrote an article awhile back about canna lilies. These perennial plants are so well-adapted to our area and their floral display is orchid-like and abundant. While the blooms are fantastic and come in shades of pink, ... READ MORE
Don’t be fooled when it comes to choosing your drink. There is a big nutrition difference between juice and other beverages. Juice is the liquid from a fruit. Beverages that contain 100% juice can be labeled as a juice. Depending on the ... READ MORE
Q: I have an orange tree I want to protect from the freeze. I am told I can run water over it and it will protect it from freezing but it seems like a waste of water. What should I do?
A : In order to totally protect the tree ... READ MORE
A: There are two juicing oranges which grow best in our area and they are Hamlin and Pineapple oranges. Hamlin oranges are generally harvested from October through early January. Pineapple oranges are harvested from December ... READ MORE
WADING POOL HYDROPONIC GARDEN
E.Thralls, UF/IFAS Extension, Orange County, Orlando, FL.
Situation: Florida Ag in the Classroom office requested a garden themed workshop for school teachers throughout the state in 2015 at the Mid Florida ... READ MORE