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Exotic invasive plants in Florida

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August 1, 2019 Exotic invasive plants in Florida are a hot topic, especially as they flourish during the heat of summer. Most arrived here, usually in the last century as part of the international ornamental horticulture trade, from… Read More

Summer’s fruit, berries and nuts

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July 11, 2019   North Florida summer In case it has escaped anyone’s attention, July 2019 is turning out to be a hot and humid month. This trend is not a surprise for anyone who has lived in… Read More

The Wakulla Gardener Sept/Oct 2019

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                            The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is an Equal Opportunity Institution authorized to provide research, educational information, and other services only to… Read More

These hitchhikers are members of the daisy family

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July 25, 2019 One of the great mysteries of life, at least to homeowners attempting to have the perfect landscape, is how weeds suddenly appear in the most unexpected place, in other words there yard. Weeds, by definition,… Read More

Aphids are the vampires of the plant world

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July 18, 2019 Horror movies have, for over a century, featured a pantheon of destructive creatures rampaging through the world. Their characteristic have varied over the decades, but they always manage to return. In recent years zombies have… Read More

The NRA Foundation Awards

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The NRA Foundation Awards $14,977 to the Wakulla 4-H Shooting Sports Program   Crawfordville, FL  –– The NRA Foundation has awarded the Wakulla 4-H Shooting Sports program a grant totaling $14,977 to fund supplies for the Wakulla 4-H… Read More

Winn-Dixie to Benefit Wakulla 4-H!

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June 1, 2019 is launch day for the Community Bag Program at the Crawfordville Winn-Dixie to benefit Wakulla 4-H! Starting today and for the entire month of June, when you purchase a $2.50 reusable Community Bag at the… Read More