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Sweet corn, a food favorite for many consumers, serves as a major crop for Florida. more
This week kicks off an annual tradition for the Clewiston Future Farmers of America (FFA) it’s National FFA week more
Hendry County students have plans to enter the second annual Florida Agricultural History and Creativity Award Essay Contest. more
Touted as a superfood that promotes heart and gut health, the exotic dragon fruit has gained popularity as it grows in Florida’s more
As UF/IFAS joins a university-wide push to increase artificial intelligence research, its faculty will help solve major problems more
From alligators to zucchini, Florida agricultural is “literally the A-Z of commodity production more
Right about now, if you eat a Florida strawberry, odds are it’s going to taste oh-so-good. more
About 80% of those who took up gardening since the beginning of COVID-19 will continue the pastime in 2021. more
CLEWISTON – Many areas of Hendry County consist of rural territory, thanks to the cane fields, citrus groves, and other wooded or grassy pastures. Unfortunately, in these rural areas there are … more
UF/IFAS The stress level in rural communities is off the charts. Farm and ranch closures, land forfeitures, labor issues and more contribute, and according to a 2015 report from the Centers for … more
The UF/IFAS will hold an Everglades Agricultural Area Phosphorus Best Management Practices Training online. more
The sweet smell of berry blossoms is wafting through Hendry County, beckoning berry lovers to come sample them more
Owners of industrial hemp genetics can now submit their varieties for approval by the University of Florida. more
Dr. Dewdney will talk about disease outlook for 2021 more
The UF/IFAS Growth Chamber Facility contains 15 growth chambers, special compartments that allow scientists to... more
The Gulf Coast Research and Extension Center Virtual Field Day will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 10 more
The UF/IFAS invites the public to join them for a COVID-19 Vaccine Virtual Town Hall for Agriculture more
About 80% of those who took up gardening since the beginning of COVID-19 will continue the pastime in 2021... more
In order to improve photosynthesis in plant leaves, two University of Florida scientists will study their roots and stems. more
Citrus growers joined researchers recently for a field day inside 14-foot high screenhouses. more
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