Join Us for a Workshop on Private Drinking Well Maintenance, Well Water Quality, and Septic System Care in Marion County!
Are you concerned about the safety of your drinking water and the health of your septic system? Your worries end here! ... READ MORE
Calling all Hernando County Residents!
The UF/IFAS Extension is conducting a research project to gain insights into homeowners' knowledge and opinions regarding lawn fertilizing practices and fertilizer ordinances in Hernando County. Your perspective ... READ MORE
Join Us for a Workshop on Private Drinking Well Maintenance, Well Water Quality, and Septic System Care!
Are you concerned about the safety of your drinking water and the health of your septic system? Your worries end here! We are excited ... READ MORE
In this Let's Talk About Ag BMPs, the University of Florida Active Learning Program interns Katherine Monagas and John Mashburn interviewed Dr. Tara Wade, Agricultural Resource Economist in the Food and Resource Economics Department, and researched ... READ MORE
Florida homeowners with a private well or septic system are invited to learn more about their home water and wastewater management systems through free webinars hosted by UF/IFAS experts.
WHO: UF/IFAS water resources regional specialized ... READ MORE
Are you a Florida homeowner connected to a private well and/or septic system? Do you know all you need to know about your water and wastewater management systems at home?
If you have questions about your at-home water systems, we’re here ... READ MORE
Wondering how your landscape can protect the environment? The Water Wednesday Team has partnered with the UF/IFAS Communications and developed 11 videos to show you how your landscape can be both esthetically pleasing and environmental friendly.
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In this session of the “Let’s Talk About Ag BMPs” series, we met with Dr. Vivek Sharma from the University of Florida Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department to discuss Irrigation Best Management Practices. We got to pick ... READ MORE
Hard water is a result of dissolved minerals Calcium, Magnesium, and Manganese. Hard water is a very common problem, affecting water in more than 85% of the country (Water Quality Association).
The term "hardness" is applied to the soap neutralizing ... READ MORE
When it comes to watering our lawns, many homeowners just set out the sprinkler system, turn it on and let it run for a while, assuming our lawns are getting enough water. The reality is many may be underwatering or overwatering their grass. ... READ MORE