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Good news for farmers as we near the height of the strawberry growing season more
Florida produces a bounty of vegetables this time of year, and that’s good news for Floridians. more
Growers need to spray efficiently so they can apply pesticides and fertilizer only to crops – and minimize the chemicals that may contaminate natural resources. more
About 35 species of native hibiscus in the United States offer residential, business and public landscapes an abundance of flowers. more
Tempted by the tangy taste of tomato juice? Consumers may prefer a product sold from grocery store shelves over... more
The 42nd Farm Tour is Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022. more
Horse owners usually dread hearing the diagnosis of “Laminitis.” more
Hendry County Agricultural Deputies impounded a white donkey Nov. 24. more
University of Florida plant pathologist Romina Gazis studies fungal-associated diseases affecting many types... more
About four years ago, Fernando Alferez started to test if citrus trees grown inside a protective mesh cover ... more
Even though consumers are paying more for food this year, farmers do not benefit ... more
Data derived from farms might be more valuable than the crops growers produce. more
Think of the herbs and spices that make your favorite holiday dish ... more
University of Florida citrus researchers continue to provide innovative leadership in the fight against... more
Why does that fern smell bad? more
Seminole Tribe of Florida announced the sale of its interests in Salacoa Valley Farms ... more
Across the country, community gardens are cropping up in response to growing interest in producing local food. more
Begonias are among the top five most popular plants found in flower beds ... more
Sorrel is a leafy green plant with reddish-pink flowers. more
Sometimes, good ideas are borne from opportunity. more
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