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Water Wednesdays Recap – DIY Beeswax Food Wraps

Water Wednesdays in September will feature Microplastics.   Microplastics include plastic particles with an upper size limit of 5 mm (0.2 inch). They come from a variety of sources. If you missed the talk on… Read More

How To Effectively Disinfect A Private Drinking Well

Hurricanes bring excessive rain. When heavy rains bring flooding to an area, your private well may not be safe to drink. It may be in danger of contamination from pollutants found in the flood waters…. Read More

EDIS Update: Development of a Model Mutagenesis System for Snapdragon

Snapdragon are one of the most popular perennials in the United States, coveted by gardeners, horticulturalists, and florists alike. When developing new varieties of snapdragon, using the “JI2” mutangenesis system offers many advantages, including operating… Read More

Weed of the week : Hairy Bittercress

Welcome to Weed Science Wednesday, a weekly series aimed at helping homeowners and horticulture professionals better identify and manage common landscape weeds in Florida. The weed of the week is Hairy bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta). Hairy… Read More

EDIS Update: LED Light Increases Leaf Area and Root Length of Humulus lupulus (var. Tettnanger) In Vitro

Humulus lupulus, or hops, are most commonly known for their role in the production of beer. While a majority hops produced in the United States is in the Northwest, hops have potential as a specialty… Read More

Just Published: Florida Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Adaptation and Response to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic had substantial impact on economies across the country, and Florida’s agriculturalists were no exception. In Florida fruit and vegetable growers’ adaptation and response to COVID-19, assistant professor of community food systems Catherine… Read More