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Invasive plants are known for negatively affecting ecosystems by outcompeting native plants. more
Emerging industries require a skilled workforce to function. Sometimes, the industry begins to boom before employers... more
As Mother’s Day approaches, you can make mom feel special in any number of ways ... more
Consumers want to buy plants that enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship with fauna in their landscapes, preliminary... more
Scientists have long hypothesized that climate change, by intensifying stressors like drought or wildfires ... more
On Florida Arbor Day (Jan. 21), we pay homage to trees as work horses, not show horses. more
Lake Okeechobee anglers have long complained about the use of chemical herbicides to control aquatic plant growth ... more
University of Florida plant pathologist Romina Gazis studies fungal-associated diseases affecting many types... more
Green Thumb Garden Club members attended the District X Fall Meeting more
Sometimes, good ideas are borne from opportunity. more
Begonias are among the top five most popular plants found in flower beds and Florida leads the way... more
Snipping cuttings during the heat of the day is not always conducive for successful rooting of cuttings. more
In order to meet mission requirements for Federal Navigation and Flood Risk Management, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District, will conduct treatments of floating aquatic plants... more
Discover the benefits of Florida native plants in this free, six-part webinar series from Palm Beach County Extension. Webinars run from noon to 1:30 p.m. each Wednesday and Friday, starting on Sept. 15... more
Clewiston Christian school posted the following on Aug. 13: Thank you so much Clewiston Florist & Gifts LLC for the beautiful plant and sweet words.️ more
It’s an exciting time to be a soil microbiologist because we’re just now realizing how much more there is to learn about what is in the soils more
Now, in the middle of summer, when those afternoon or evening rains come, stormwater from lawns, driveways and roofs drains down to any... more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District, will conduct treatments of floating aquatic plants starting July 26. more
My plants and flowers are happy, and while I take time with them, it’s God that makes them grow... more
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