Fungi are known as plants that lack chlorophyll and true plant parts rather they are decomposers that can contain mycelium and mycorrhizae. As a member of the animal kingdom, fungi consist of yeast, toadstools, mold, mildew, truffles, ... READ MORE
Blackberries are a savory fruit for your palate that can diversify numerous meals. Even though the bulk of blackberries are produced in the Midwest you can still grow a staple crop right here in the sunshine state.
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Florida citrus is a hot commodity not just for Floridians but for the overall United States. However, the most gratifying feeling is being able to pick your own fruit fresh from your yard. UF/IFAS has been working diligently to provide farmers ... READ MORE
Wedelia (Sphagneticola trilobata) is an invasive plant that was introduced to Florida in the early 1900s from Central and South America. It was widely used as a groundcover for its daisy-like flowers and fast growth habit. However, it has become ... READ MORE
If you have read anything to do with pasture management you have probably come across the phrase Integrate Weed Management. So what does this phrase mean and how can you utilize it in your pasture management program?
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This is the second video from the UF/IFAS Marigold Extension Field Trial. Fast forward 3 1/2 months! Time flies! The Marigold cut flower field trial is in full production. I’m collecting flower data every two weeks to monitor flower size, ... READ MORE
Hi! I’m Karen Stauderman, a Commercial Horticulture Extension Agent for the University of Florida based out of Volusia County. Often in extension, we receive lots of questions on what to grow in Florida to make money or what may be successful ... READ MORE
Summer is the time of year when people are easily lured to yard and estate sales. The finds can be great ranging from antiques to nearly new items. One thing to keep in mind, is when choosing wooden items like furniture and frames, and baskets, ... READ MORE
Hurricane season is here and preparing for the 2022 hurricane season is more challenging than ever due to a prediction of an above-normal season, supply chain issues, and raising supply and fuel costs. To combat these challenges, it is important ... READ MORE
Podophobia - fear of feet. This phobia is rarely so severe that it should require specialist help. However, in very mild forms, it is most commonly just not wishing to be near or even looking at other people's feet.
I wonder....does this ... READ MORE