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Dollarweed – Weed of the Week

Dollarweed – Weed of the Week Dollarweed, sometimes referred to as Pennywort, is a broadleaf weed that thrives in wet areas.  Under wet conditions and poor grazing management, it can quickly overtake pastures and fields. Additional Information Dollarweed… Read More

Brazilian Pepper- Weed of the Week

Brazilian Pepper- Weed of the Week Brazilian Pepper is a category invasive tree, meaning it can spread into undisturbed sites.  It was introduced in the 1800’s from South America, and has quickly spread throughout central and south Florida. … Read More

Insecticidal soap in the garden – use the right material

By Ralph E. Mitchell Insecticidal soap is perhaps the most-used pesticide in my landscape.  Its use as a topical spot treatment for many soft-bodied pest insects and spider mites is unequalled.  Insecticidal soap is still an insecticide and… Read More