You’ve grown some wonderful vegetables, annuals or perennials and you would like to save some of the seed from those plants to have for planting in the future. This is a great way to get more of the plants you know and love while saving on ... READ MORE
Interested in the latest DPM News? Read the Summer 2015 newsletter!
Highlights from the Summer 2015 edition of DPM News include:
Faculty Highlight-Dr. Jason Smith, School of Forest Resources and Conservation
Alumni Spotlight-Dr. Sam ... READ MORE
When you know that your lawn needs an application of fertilizer, herbicide, insecticide or fungicide, the question becomes how much to buy and put down. For these products, success stems from applying the right amount, not too much or too little. ... READ MORE
The muscadine grape is a popular fruit that grows very well here in North Florida. It has smaller leaves than bunch grapes and fruit are harvested singly, rather than in bunches. Theses grapes can be enjoyed fresh and also be used for home ... READ MORE
July always brings the blessing of abundant figs on my trees. A new crop waits to be picked and enjoyed every day for nearly a month. The tender sweet fruit can be enjoyed fresh, prepared into jams or used in a myriad of recipes.
The fig ... READ MORE