Wondering where to learn a about vertical grow, hydroponics, food safety training, local food systems in Florida or what about new market managers, market sponsors, volunteers and vendors? Does it ring a bell? Are you interested? Keep reading,… Read More
Do you want to sell your nursery or farm land? Here is an excellent opportunity! The National Farm Investment Coordinator for US Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management, is looking for farm land opportunities for one of… Read More
Are you looking for a job on agriculture in the sunny Florida state? Here is an option to consider! Good luck! Position: Farm Manager at research station from Harris Moran Seed Company Location: Immokalee, FL. Description: The Research… Read More
Did you make your reservations? Did you pack your gadgets, batteries and extra clothing just in case? Good! Now remember: do not pack a PEST on your way back!!! An invasive pest is an organism that is introduced… Read More
Yup! if you are a fan of this tropical fruit. Come and join UF-Miami Dade Extension friends at USDA Chapman Field Community Day and taste different varieties of mangos grown at this USDA research facility. You can choose… Read More
The UF Mid Florida Research and Education Center located at Apopka or MREC, hosted the 2012 Research Update and Field Day on May 23. UF. inivted speakers, Research and field tours, poster for current investigations were presented to growers, industry suppliers, UF state specialists, Master Gardeners and UF Extension agents among Florida. This event hosted about 245 people and they participated on several activities.
Your Miami-Dade commercial horticulture agent presented a research poster on Molecular improvement of orchid virus detection in collaboration with Dr. Aaron Palmateer from UF- TREC. Soon to be available for free downloads.
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Plant diseases (mainly fungal and bacterial ones) are not something new to nurseries, urban landscapes and home gardens in South Florida You need to know what is attacking your crop to get the right pesticide. On June 26th… Read More