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Frank Galdo, Jr.

Program Coordinator

Florida-Friendly Landscaping™

UF/IFAS Extension Pasco County


Florida-Friendly Landscaping = #WorkSmarterNotHarder

By Frank Galdo

About the Author:

The author on a hike

Frank Galdo is one of the Florida-Friendly Landscaping (FFL) Program Coordinators in Pasco County. Our goal is to help show that vibrant, resilient landscapes DON’T require constant inputs of water, fertilizer, and pesticides. It’s all about “working smarter, not harder!”

Through an innovative collaboration with Pasco County Utilities, Frank also provide targeted on-site landscape & irrigation troubleshooting to help individuals and communities identified as high water users. His motto is – Less guesswork, better landscapes.” He can be reached at fgaldo@ufl.edu


Thirsty for more FFL knowledge? Check out some of the previous posts in the Pasco County FFL Blog

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Have a question, or an idea for a future post? Let us know at fgaldo@ufl.edu or leave a comment below.


About UF/IFAS Extension: UF/IFAS Extension serves as a source of non-biased, research-based information for the residents, businesses, and communities of Florida, providing educational materials and programs for adults and youth. We proudly “provide solutions for your life.”

Pollinator / good bug research plot on a golf course

UF/IFAS Extension Is An Equal Opportunity Institution.



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Posted: October 12, 2021

Category: Conservation, Florida-Friendly Landscaping, Fruits & Vegetables, Home Landscapes, Invasive Species, Lawn, Natural Resources, Pests & Disease, Pests & Disease, Turf, Water, Wildlife
Tags: #SaveWaterFL, #WorkSmarterNotHarder, Featured, Florida Friendly Landscaping, FloridaFriendly, Landscape, Landscapes, Landscaping, Resilient Landscaping, Save Water, Saving Water, Smart Irrigation, Smart Water Application Technology, Trees, Water Conservation, Water-wise

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