Mushrooms often are grouped in a circle in your lawn. This is due to the circular release of spores from a central mushroom. “Fairy Ring” is a term used to describe this phenomenon. Fairy rings can… Read More
Happy Thanksgiving from all of the UF/IFAS Extension Faculty! We all have a lot to be thankful for this year!
July is a busy time of year on the farm, but the 4th of July is always special. Take time to celebrate America’s birthday, and be thankful for the freedoms we enjoy living in this… Read More
Take a Bite Out of Hunger in Your County! UF/IFAS Extension and the Florida Peanut Producers have teamed up to promote a campaign to assist local food pantries all across the Panhandle of Florida. Peanut… Read More
Army worms are actively feeding in large numbers on bermudagrass hay fields in Washington and neighboring counties. If left unnoticed these foliage feeders will take a forage stand near harvest down to a few small… Read More
UF/IFAS County Extension Agriculture Agents and Ag Specialists will be posting weekly articles with information related to commercial agriculture production and land management. To sign up to receive weekly email notices of updates to the… Read More