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Deer Feeders Can Hide Trouble!

January 3, 2014

  Deer feeders are common in North Florida, and “deer corn” is sold in multiple markets. Cross-roads convenience stores sell it in plain brown bags and big box stores in town sell it in camouflage bags with three color pictures ... READ MORE

Category: Natural Resources
Tags: Corn Feeder, Deer, Feeding Corn, Feeding Game, Fighting Panhandle Invasives, Food Plot, Habitat Conservation, Invasive, Invasives, Land Management, Palmer Amaranth, Panhandle Outdoors, Wildlife

Triple-Threat in One Soybean Field: Grasshopper Damage, Asian Soybean Rust and Palmer Amaranth

September 13, 2013

September generally signals the start of peanut and cotton harvests, but in many counties of northwest Florida late planted soybeans still need continued scouting for disease, insect, and weed pests. Unfortunately, one producer here in the ... READ MORE

Category: Agriculture
Tags: Disease, Grasshopper, Insects, Palmer Amaranth, Palmer Pigweed, Panhandle Agriculture, Pest Management, Soybean Rust, Soybeans

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