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Soil: What’s Alive Beneath Our Feet?


January 22, 2015

You’re digging up a ridiculously stubborn patch of Florida betony when an earthworm crawls across your path. As you break apart the soil in your hands a world of active organisms is being sifted through your fingers. Fertile soil is teeming ... READ MORE

Category: Horticulture
Tags: Fertilizer, General Gardening, Healthy Soil, Microbes, Mulch, Organisms, Panhandle Gardening, Plant Growth, Soil, Soil Activity, Soil Management, Winter 2015

Diagnosing Deficiencies in Your Landscape


April 29, 2014

Now that spring has finally sprung and summer is well on its way, you may find yourself taking a stroll through your landscape and assessing damage done by late cold spells. However, it may not be a frost problem that has your plants looking ... READ MORE

Category: Horticulture
Tags: Chlorosis, Deficiencies, Disease, General Gardening, Immobile, Miconutrients, Mobile, Necrosis, Nutrients, Nutritional Deficiencies, Ornamental Shrubs, Panhandle Gardening, Plant Problems, Soil Management, Spring 2014, Trees, Turf, Uncategorized

What’s Wrong With My Sago Palm?


September 23, 2013

Is the newest growth on your sago palm turning yellow, brown, frizzy looking and dying – is it a pest or disease or something else? This sago palm is suffering from a classic case of manganese deficiency. When sago palms lack manganese, ... READ MORE

Category: Horticulture
Tags: Fertilization, General Gardening, Landscape, Manganese, Miconutrients, Nutrition, Nutritional Deficiencies, Ornamental Shrubs, Ornamentals, Palm Care, Panhandle Gardening, Sago Palm, Shrubs, Soil Management

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