Tag: Wakulla CED

Corn Is Thriving With All The Recent Rain

  By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director One thing is certain, the recent rains are making the grass and most other plants grow. Thankfully the conversations about drought have been silenced for the time being and everything… Read More

Prepare For Hurricane Season

By Samantha Kennedy UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Agent Hurricane season officially begins June 1 which means it is time to evaluate and replenish emergency supplies.  A well-stocked emergency kit will make storm response easier… Read More

Wakulla’s Owls Are Boisterous After Sundown

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director Summer’s warm nights in Wakulla County are raucous and noisy, especially in the untamed forested expanses.  The decibel level reaches well above 100 as the residents engage in conversations and social… Read More

FREE Handbook, Disasters : Preparation & Recovery

Come by the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Office, 84 Cedar Avenue Crawfordville, FL 32327 and pick up your Free copy of the Disasters: Preparation & Recovery handbook. Hurricane season begins today!  We would like to see your family… Read More

Native Red Cedar Is A Natural Insect Repellant

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director Being repulsive is not normally an enviable quality.  All it guarantees is rejection, rebuff and isolation from any and all who would wander into close proximity. History and Hollywood are replete… Read More

Preparing To Become Butterflies, Moths

  By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director The bright colors of spring’s blooms have settled into the comfortable shades of early summer. While spring’s brilliance stands in stark contrast to winter’s muted tones, summer has as an… Read More

Sassafras Trees Are Native To Wakulla County

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director The upcoming hot holiday weekend bodes many outdoor events here in north Florida’s premier area for leisure activities. Of course with heat and activity comes thirst and the need for a… Read More

Assassin Bugs Have Despicable Reputation For Bloodsucking

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director Contemporary Hollywood has glorified some of the horrific aspects to organized crime. The cinematic tales generally balance the personality facets of these dubious characters so there is some sympathetic sides to… Read More

Expect A Bumper Crop Of Yellowflies, Lovebugs

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director The somewhat unseasonably cool weather of the past week has been a pleasant contrast to the hot, humid days to come.  Still, the insect population is getting ready for what should… Read More

English Peas Grow Successfully In The Wakulla Spring

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director and Gohar Umar FAMU Extension Horticulture Specialist April in Wakulla County is a transitional gardening month. Both spring and winter gardens are being tended, with the winter crops coming to an… Read More