Black gold you create
I'm not speaking of the black gold that came bubbling up when Jed Clampett found oil while shooting at food. To make this black gold doesn't take millions of years under the pressure of the earth. You can make this in ... READ MORE
Demand for locally grown food soared during the pandemic, and this trend appears to be holding true for consumers. Concerns about sustainability and a demand for more familiar ingredients have put locally grown products in the spotlight throughout ... READ MORE
Are you interested in growing vegetables in your back yard? Watch this video where Commissioner Emily Bonilla visits the UF/IFAS Extension Orange County center and gets a tour from Florida-Friendly Landscaping Agent Tia Silvasy. Tia shows ... READ MORE
The first “Gardening in the Panhandle LIVE!” for 2022 will discuss Growing Tomatoes in Northwest Florida, on Thursday, February 17 at 12 p.m. Central Time or 1 p.m. Eastern Time.
Recordings are posted afterward at tinyurl.com/GardeningLive.
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Please join us for an informative workshop to learn about growing a bountiful spring vegetable garden and herb garden in raised beds. You will learn about strawberries, squash, tomatoes, peppers, herbs and more.
Prep starts early so learn NOW, ... READ MORE
Ken's Veggie Pho Soup
Homemade vegetable pho soup is a delicious Vietnamese dish made with many herbs that can be grown in your own backyard in Florida. Locally sourced produce used in my soup included sweet basil (Thai basil is also great ... READ MORE
Who's growing your food?
It is important to many consumers to know who is growing their food. The country or state of origin may impact the freshness of your produce. It may also have an impact on the ripeness of the produce. Some produce like ... READ MORE