from G.M., via e-mail Answer: Hydrogen sulfide or sulfur is a naturally occurring contaminant, which gives water a disagreeable “rotten egg” odor and taste. Hydrogen sulfide is a gas that is found in well water and makes water… Read More
The beach sunflower is a fast-growing ground cover. The beach sunflower is a highly salt-tolerant plant that thrives in sandy, well-drained soil in full sun. It can be found growing naturally on sand dunes and with native vines… Read More
Pesticide Certification Testing The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) offers certified Pesticide Exams at multiple locations throughout the state. The exam schedule varies statewide to allow applicants an opportunity to take the exam at a… Read More
Join Steven Brown as he uncovers what is behind the sickly Washington Palms.
Ganoderma Butt Rot is a Frequently Occurring Fungal Disease of Florida Palms. The Fungus Produces Several Large Fruiting Bodies, Known as Conks, at the Very Bottom of the Trunks. All photos taken by Stephen H. Brown