As snap bean season is winding down and daytime temperatures regularly approach the lower 90s, common bacterial blight is making its presence known. In March or April, when snap bean plants are young and full of fresh growth, vegetable gardeners ... READ MORE
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN PANHANDLE AGRICULTURE E-NEWSLETTER / Northwest Extension District
Every spring and summer I perform site visits to vegetable growers to diagnose plant problems. This summer is no different, but I have found several ... READ MORE
BEEKEEPING IN THE PANHANDLE
9th Annual Conference
Friday & Saturday, May6th and 7th
Click HERE to Register Online
Click Here To Download PDF Flyer
The Beekeeping in the Panhandle Working Group is proud to offer ... READ MORE
SAVE THE DATE !
The University of Florida IFAS Extension and the Beekeeping in the Panhandle Working Group has once again teamed up to offer the 9th Annual Beekeeping in the Panhandle Conference on Friday May 6th and Saturday May 7th 2022 at ... READ MORE
Due to ongoing COVID-19 related restrictions, the Panhandle Ag Extension Team will not be holding our traditional Row Crop Short Course this year, instead we are presenting The 2021 Virtual Row Crop Update Webinar Series - a four part series ... READ MORE
The deadline to apply for the WHIP+ program (crop losses associated with Hurricane Michael) is October 30, 2020. See the press release from USDA below for more info.
USDA Announces Oct. 30 Deadline to Submit
Wildfire, ... READ MORE
Need CEUs to keep your pesticide applicator's license current and don't like the idea of watching online videos? You're in luck, there will be a series of in-person CEU classes taught this fall at the Washington County Ag Center. Due to COVID ... READ MORE
Owners of timberlands damaged by hurricane Michael in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Okaloosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, and/or Washington counties can now apply ... READ MORE
It is always recommended that producers sample their hay, and have it analyzed to determine the nutritional value. This enables producers to make the most efficient usage of their various cuttings and be able to better plan and deliver any needed ... READ MORE
Grant funding is now available to pay for laboratory diagnostics needed to diagnose any visible symptoms in peanut fields.
Covered lab fees include:
Soil fertility analysis
Plant tissue analysis (nutrients)
Irrigation ... READ MORE