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At their core, land-grant institutions like the University of Florida focus on how science... more
Glades County will allow up to six chickens per residence in residential areas. more
As the critical time for citrus grove management begins this winter, the University of Florida... more
Make this holiday season the start of your composting practices more
When you’re giving thanks this Thanksgiving, consider that much of your food grew in the Sunshine State... more
The U.S. Agency for International Development announced the creation of the Feed... more
University of Florida scientists plan to utilize $2 million from an initiative... more
Lykes Bros. Inc. CEO Johnnie James Jr. is pleased to announce the appointment... more
Most rainfall that falls on the farms of the Everglades Agricultural Area never leaves the farm. more
Florida’s native grape, the muscadine, has long held a reputation for being an acquired taste. more
Johns and Handley have stepped into new roles after the passing of Joe Collins, P.E., long-time... more
Plans are underway to transport a 220,000-pound boiler from Texas to South Bay via barge. more
The agreement affirms the two agencies’ interest in continuing their longstanding partnership on... more
The weaning period is a stage in which calves’ milk intake is decreased to encourage them to start eating more... more
The deadline to submit a proposal for this CIG grant funding opportunity is July 14... more
University of Florida researchers may have found the key to developing tomatoes that can resist a catastrophic disease. more
This summer and fall, UF/IFAS Extension will host the Ag Entrepreneurship Series, a program... more
April is all about Earth Month, but for Florida farmers, sustainability is a way of life, … more
Bean flower thrips, known by the scientific name of Megalurothrips usitatus, attacks such legumes as beans... more
Ranches may contain more wildlife than live on the wildlife preserves ... more
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