New Master Gardener Volunteer Book Club Selection is…
The Scent of Scandal
University Press of Florida
After its discovery in Peru in 2002, Phragmipedium kovachii became the most sought-after orchid in the world. Prices ... READ MORE
Where is IFASBooks this Week?
Lake County Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale
Saturday, April 30
UF/IFAS Extension Lake County
1951 Woodlea Rd., Tavares
Flavors ... READ MORE
Mid-March to May is the peak growing season for blueberries in Florida. Between u-picks, roadside stands, farmers markets and grocery stores, consumers have plenty of choices to find fresh, delicious berries. Thanks to UF/IFAS’ plant breeding ... READ MORE
NEWSFLASH! When UF/IFAS news events happen, resources from the IFAS Extension Bookstore are often featured in the story. Our resources support current UF/IFAS Extension programs and can provide greater context for issues that are in the news. ... READ MORE
Where is IFASBOOKS this Week?
20th Annual Gardenfest!
Saturday, February 5, 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday, February 6, 9 am – 4pm
3260 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach, FL
NEW at IFASBOOKS
Plant ... READ MORE
Where is IFASBOOKS this week?
Wildlife & Invasive Species Education (WISE) Workshop
January 25 - 27
8:45 am – 5:00 pm
UF/IFAS Extension Sumter County
7620 SR 471, Bushnell, FL
New ... READ MORE
Florida Arbor Day—More Than Planting Trees
January 21st marks Florida’s Arbor Day, and throughout the state, there will be events with tree giveaways and plantings. New trees are an important component of the environment, but they don’t ... READ MORE
Birdwatchers and nature lovers keep field guides handy—why not watermelon growers? A new publication developed by faculty at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences gives watermelon growers in Florida a visual ... READ MORE
Florida farmers are used to uncertainty. Usually, this uncertainty has to do with producing the crop itself. Freezes and hurricanes can wipe out a year’s investment overnight, while longer-term scourges like drought, disease and pest infestations ... READ MORE
Among the many parts of our lives that are complicated by COVID-19, add the U.S. Census, which officially begins April 1. Working to get an accurate count of our country’s entire population is not a simple undertaking under normal circumstances; ... READ MORE