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Weeds and invasive plants can be a nuisance to a home or business landscape, and some of them are also toxic... more
Terri Bates knows that if she wants to sell a good caladium, she can count on University of Florida scientists, including Zhanao Deng. more
Starting a food business might seem intimidating, but UF/IFAS Extension courses can help make big dreams a reality. more
FAWN stations can come in handy for farmers and nurseries this time of year, as we approach cooler weather in Florida. more
With inflation continuing to rise and the holidays just around the corner, keeping produce fresh... more
Chilli thrips are a nuisance to rose growers, as their feeding causes foliar and flower damage. more
University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences faculty have secured over $16 million in new funding... more
South Florida citrus growers have been hit with a triple whammy after Hurricane Ian paid a visit Sept. 28 … more
To protect crop yields and the environment, the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences... more
Honey bees not only create an agricultural product, they help facilitate the Florida agriculture industry... more
OKEECHOBEE -- The Okeechobee Livestock Mark will closed all week, due to the approaching storm. more
The UF/IFAS Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL) program helps homeowners find more sustainable... more
Shaun O’Brien, farm manager at Duda Sod’s Lake Placid farm, will retire after 42 years of working for the company. more
WEST PALM BEACH – Protecting Florida’s waters is everyone’s responsibility. more
OKEECHOBEE – Senator Marco Rubio was in Okeechobee County on Aug. 11 to meet with Florida ranchers. more
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has approved a new conservation practice.... more
Caladium lovers owe Florida a debt of gratitude. The Sunshine State serves as the sole source of caladiums for the world... more
Kalan Royal has agriculture in his blood. His family has been involved in Florida’s citrus and cattle industries since the 1860s. more
You can scarcely find a tasty, heirloom tomato in the grocery store. But University of Florida scientists helped discover a way to enhance tomato smell and taste. Breeding efforts over the last half … more
The Okeechobee Soil & Water Conservation District coordinated a three-county land judging contest on March 1 ... more
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