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Tag: Suwannee County

Topic Tuesday: Two-Spotted Spider Mite

It finally feels like fall with cool temperatures moving into North Florida last week! Cool temperatures mean we can start planting crops that require cooler temperatures and shorter days to grow. Not many people know this, but strawberries… Read More

UF/IFAS Experts: How to clean up mold after storm, flood

If your home has been flooded or has experienced water damage, such as after a storm or hurricane, chances are mold and mildew are not far behind. UF/IFAS Extension family and consumer agents Samantha Kennedy and Katherine Allen… Read More

A NOT so Friendly Native Plant: Heartleaf Nettle or Fireweed

As a sixth generation Floridian, I encourage people to plant and protect native plants. Native plants are critical to our native pollinators and other wildlife. However, one winter afternoon as I strolled through my yard, I bent down… Read More