Written by Ajia Paolillo, UF/IFAS Extension Multi-County Citrus Agent, DeSoto, Hardee, Manatee, and Highlands Counties
On July 1, 2020 new record keeping requirements went into effect for nitrogen and phosphorus amounts applied by growers enrolled ... READ MORE
Years ago I had a lawn service business. My spouse and I decided we needed some extra income. We needed a way to do that without impacting our current full time jobs. Plus, we needed a side gig that allowed us to still meet the demands of kid's ... READ MORE
The Value of 4-H Project Record Books
Why Record Books?
The subject of 4-H record books generally elicits a very positive or a very negative response. Oftentimes it is the adults who value the practice, and the youth who cringe. The idea of ... READ MORE
With the start of the 4-H year youth are selecting their project, going to meetings, and receiving their record books. While March seems like a long way off, it will be here before you know it. Will your record book be ready, or full of blank ... READ MORE
I am not sure what is happening to me right now, but I am really into the organizing mode.
It goes further than cleaning out accumulated clutter: I want my family records organized and shared with others in my family.
Once again, I am happy ... READ MORE
Identity Fraud is crime that everyone should be aware of and learn how to avoid it. More and more people are using on line shopping which can expose one’s financial information. Even some in-store purchases have not been secure. It is Tax ... READ MORE